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Sinus Augmentation - Current and Future Trends

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In this presentation, Dr. Ziv Mazor reviews present techniques as well as detailing the latest innovations in sinus augmentation. Specifically, Dr. Mazor pays special focus to new materials and techniques involving both the crestal as well as the lateral window approach.

Date Added:
4/29/2013

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Ziv Mazor, DMD Ziv Mazor, DMD
Prof. Ziv Mazor is one of Israel’s leading periodontists. He graduated from the periodontal department at the Hadassah School for Dental Medicine in Jerusalem...
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Questions & Comments
yaarob sara - (10/2/2014 8:47 PM)

Really eye opening Thanks

Maurice Salama - (9/10/2014 11:48 AM)

Ziv; It is time for an update presentation on Crestal approach Sinus Augmentation. Thanks Maurice

Tushar Patel - (9/9/2014 7:20 AM)

Excellent presntation

smriti malhotra - (5/15/2013 2:06 AM)

Thank you for this very informative presentation.

Kari Barnes - (5/9/2013 9:58 AM)

This was very informative. Thank you for a great presentation.

Ziv Mazor - (5/7/2013 1:09 PM)

Thanks Sam for the compliments.
As for the latest tips and tricks- the crucial point in every minimal invasive sinus procedure is reaching the membrane without tearing it.I currently use with high satisfaction the special drills cutting sideways only fabricated by Osstem or hiossen.It makes the procedure very quick.
Another tip is injecting flowable graft material instead of particles- again shortening the time period of the procedure.

Sam Busich - (5/6/2013 3:36 PM)

Compliments Ziv. As I have always seen you making alterations and refining your techniques, what is your latest information or "tricks" to make the procedure even better? Is their a new product you are using or testing? thanks Sam

Ziv Mazor - (2/15/2013 5:30 AM)

Some answers to my viewers: Michael Moutsios- when we do have a perf using Miambe it is quite small therefore waiting ust a few weeks is enough before reentering the site. Colin- thickening of the sinus mebrane is not a contra indication unless the ostium is blocked. Chuck- the membrane to my opinion is crucial for bone regeneration and therefore I would not patch it with a collagen membrane unless there is a perf.

Michael Moutsios - (2/9/2013 2:28 PM)

Dr Mazor,excellent review of sinus lift.I have watched your presentation last year in Greece.Please tell me,when we have membrane perforation with miambe,does the pressure of ballon make perforation bigger?Thank you and hope we meet in Romania

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