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Piezosurgery Sinus Lift & Grafting Procedure

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Sinus Lift & immediate implant placement in the maxillary, left, posterior region. This procedure includes extraction of a molar prior to opening the sinus window.

Date Added:
4/17/2008

Author(s):

Maurice Salama, DMD Maurice Salama, DMD
Dr. Maurice A. Salama completed his undergraduate studies at the State University of New York at Binghamton in 1985, where he received his BS in Biology. Dr. Salama r...
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Questions & Comments
Paolo Gallesi - (9/22/2012 11:05 AM)

wow very beautiful video! And Congratulations also to the dental assistent that permit us to see perfectly without blood. Thanks

Maurice Salama - (11/25/2011 4:12 PM)

Davide & Nicolas; Good discussions. Yes, we procure the PRGF ourselves although you could have the blood taken by an outside facility. The PRGF fibrin or collagen can be used to repair sinus perforations. We wait up to 4-6 months prior to loading or 2nd stage implant surgery. As for placing no graft in the Sinus, it is a hot topic and has been shown effective in recent literature. I have reduced the amount of bone graft I use and still mix with PRGF. Thanks Dr. Salama

Nicolas Aronna - (11/25/2011 12:55 PM)

Hello Dr Salama, I read recently in some article the possibility of not grafting with bone the inside of the sinus and be able to get bone regeneration because of the growth factors from the inside sinus clot and blood supply. What do you think about it? Thank you very much and I really appreciate the way you make us all learn from you, your colleagues and the web site itself.

Davide Moro - (10/9/2011 8:26 AM)

I've recently knew the existence of this beautiful site in an Italian Congress thanks to Dr. Henry Salama, where he was a lecturer. Congratulation to everybody who is involved in this incredible project. Talking of this sinus lift procedure I wanted to ask you if you or your staff prepare the pdgf or you send the patient's blood to a laboratory. In case of Schneider membrane perforation is the collagen a good material to close the perforation? In case of poor implant stability in bone 3-4 quality, how much do you wait for the second stage? With 5 mm alveolar bone remaining, do you perform immediate loading (healed bone cases)? Thank you again for the informative images. Davide Moro

Maurice Salama - (6/15/2011 9:22 AM)

e chan; Thank you for the post. A good kit for a 1 tooth sinus lift site would be Samuel Lee's Internal Sinus Lift kit or my new kit from Devamed. I would recommend a "crestal" approach for a one tooth site and not a lateral approach. I have a sinus lift course here in Atlanta with Dr. Samuel Lee Oct. 14-15th 2011. We will show both lateral and crestal approaches. good luck Dr. Salama

e chan - (6/15/2011 3:53 AM)

If you are only doing sinus lift for one first molar tooth but with second molar and second bicuspid present, what hand instruments would you use? I notice some would use hand instrument kramer perio #3 to lift the membrane after initial lift with piezo instrument. I notice with Stoma they have hand instruments for large access window but with one tooth and limited access, they seem a bit big. Any recommendations? Very informative with this video

Takeki Nakanishi - (2/3/2011 9:24 AM)

What will the good point of the prima Implant be?

fawzia alfreihi - (5/23/2010 12:18 PM)

very informative thanks alot

carlos maiz - (5/22/2010 4:40 PM)

Same question as above. If you were to have one of the roots penetrating into the sinus what would you do different or how would you change your approach to this surgery?
Thanks great instructional video

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