SINUS FLOOR ELEVATION

Implantology is still the no. 1 area of innovation in dentistry. The professional expertise of the users set the standards for the bone substitute and reconstruction materials.

 

 

 

 

  

1 | Depression after the loss of the periodontally insufficient 26, vestibular bone deficit, 23 as terminal tooth


2 | The bone window is prepared after exposure of the fossa canina.

  • 1 | Presurgical site

  • 2 | Bone window

  

3 |  Bone cover and SCHNEIDER's membrane have been displaced into the maxillary sinus

4 | The lumen = the former alveolar recessus of the maxillary sinus and the lateral and vertical bone deficit are filled by inserting NanoBone® (mixed with venous blood in a ratio of 3:2). Only a small overcompensation is made.

  • 3 | Swinging the bone cover in

  • 4 | Inserted NanoBone®

  

5 |  Covering the augmentation material with membrane

6 | Tension-free wound closure with close, atraumatic stitches (in this case Ethilon® blue 4-0]

 

  • 5 | Covering

  • 6 | Wound closure

  

7 | Presurgical radiographic findings: Periodontal defects around 26 and 24, layer thickness of the local bone approx. 2 mm, antrum free of inflammation


8 | Postsurgical findings: Horizontal and vertical augmentation of the alveolar ridge and augmented area in the lower maxillary sinus

  • 7 | Präoperativer Röntgenbefund

  • 8 | Postoperativer Befund

  
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