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Sinus Grafting and Minimal Risk Techniques

Description:
Sinus floor elevation represents today a predictable solution allowing implant placement in atrophic posterior maxilla with high implant success rate. Several techniques and different grafting biomaterials have been used clinically, depending on residual bone, patient’s needs and implantation protocols. During this presentation, we will present latest advances in both lateral and crestal sinus floor elevation techniques. The importance of new advances and technologies, such as radiographic planning and the use of piezosurgery, will be exposed. These clinical advances will play a major in reducing risks and complications related to sinus grafting procedures while preserving maximum clinical efficiency.

Date Added:
2/16/2017

Author(s):

Christian Makary, DDS, PhD Christian Makary, DDS, PhD
Dr. Christian Makary graduated as a doctor of dental surgery in 1993 from St Joseph University in Beirut, Lebanon.

He holds a certificate of Oral Surgery from Pari...
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Questions & Comments
Abdullah Mamdouh - (10/27/2020 5:02 PM)

Great lecture! =)

Dr Baskaran Rajappa - (3/29/2020 12:45 AM)

Excellent presentation 👍

Dr. Susan Delpeche94 - (12/22/2019 4:54 PM)

A lot of information in a short time. Thank you.

Tarek Assi - (12/25/2018 11:24 PM)

Excellent Presentation! Thank You!

Hani Jamah - (10/3/2017 8:25 PM)

Great Lecture

Gary Chike - (9/5/2017 9:16 PM)

A lot of good information in a condensed format! Thank you Dr. Makary.

Jillian Homer - (8/28/2017 1:33 AM)

Christian, it was so informative. Thanks a lot....

Feras Awad - (8/28/2017 12:28 AM)

Great presentation , thank you Dr. Makary

christian makary - (2/21/2017 3:52 PM)

Thank you Georges, Thank you Rene !!

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