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サイナスリフト-重要な臨床的レビュー Part1

Description:
Sinus grafting procedures represent 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. In this presentation, we will give a critical review of different sinus grafting techniques (lateral approach, crestal approach) based on clinical long term results along with radiographic and histological aspects.

Date Added:
2/28/2013

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
Maurice Salama - (11/17/2014 9:40 AM)

One of the very best presentations on the Sinus Augmentation procedure you will see. If you are performing this procedure this is a MUST see. Thanks Maurice

Omid Jalali - (3/8/2014 6:58 AM)

I enjoyed your presentation. Thank you, it was awesome. A few questions: 1. How do you start your procedure after flap. Do you start with drilling and then to osteotome or starting with osteotome? How deep and how wide do you go before changing to osteotome? For immediate implant placement and for delayed. 2. You showed a case with 1mm bone thickness. I assume you started with osteotome. Since the floor is very thin, what is the chance of the whole sinus floor breaking and lifting up? And how do you avoid it? 3. What kid of bone do you use? And do you use any membrane? And how long do you wait for delayed implant placement? Thanks in advance

Nancy Mansour - (1/29/2014 7:29 AM)

Dear Dr.MAKARY, I am grateful for the time and effort you took to share your thoughts and experiences with us. Please accept my sincere appreciation for this outstanding and inspiring presentation. This clinical review was really helpful. I will be waiting for more interesting presentations. Thank you

Vu Ngo - (3/25/2013 10:14 PM)

good

zaid tayob - (3/24/2013 5:56 PM)

excellent presentation. Thank you!

Alex Moskovitz - (3/9/2013 4:18 PM)

Very basic presentation . As a GP having done over 150 sinus graft procedures, I think this presentation will appeal to someone who does not perform this procedure and just wants an overview.

Della Summers - (11/22/2012 11:18 PM)

I enjoyed this presentation very much....very informative without being boring! Excellent clinical skills; thanks for sharing your knowledge with us!

Tommy McGee - (10/6/2012 7:58 AM)

Excellent. Very informative. Thank you.

Keith Friefeld - (9/3/2012 10:28 PM)

Excellent preentation and valueable information.
Thank you for taking the time to share your knowledge.

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