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Sinus lifting, sinus elevation

Bone replacement materials

Today, bone replacement materials are used in dentistry, orthopedics and traumatology to treat bone defects caused by accidents or diseases.
There are many bone substitutes available for repairing bone defects and restoring bone structure. However, only the properties and synthetic nature of calcium phosphates (hydroxyapatite, tricalcium phosphate etc.) offer a safe and effective solution when bone grafts are needed, while preserving the patient's own bone stock.
Today, bone replacement materials are used in dentistry, orthopedics and traumatology to treat bone defects caused by accidents or diseases.

When used in the form of ceramic or calcium phosphate cement they promote bone reconstruction, as their properties and behaviour are similar to those of biological apatites which are constituents of the mineral phase of human bone. As they are synthetic, they reduce the risks related to infection and immune response that may arise with other types of bone substitutes.

Sinus lifting

A sinus lift is a bone grafting procedure that is sometimes performed as a part of preparing a site for a dental implant. A sinus lift is required in those instances where the amount of bone found in a patient's upper jaw (in the region originally occupied by their bicuspid or molar teeth) is inadequate to accommodate the planned implant.
There can be several reasons why the amount of bone found in the patient's upper jawbone might be insufficient to accommodate a dental implant.
A sinus lift is a bone grafting procedure that is sometimes performed as a part of preparing a site for a dental implant. A sinus lift is required in those instances where the amount of bone found in a patient's upper jaw (in the region originally occupied by their bicuspid or molar teeth) is inadequate to accommodate the planned implant.
Some of them include:

The patient's normal jaw anatomy presents complications.
The relative size and shape of an individual's upper jaw as well as the current size and shape of their maxillary sinus (the size of the sinus can change with age) varies among people. While over simplified, any one person may have a combination of a relatively small upper jaw and relatively large sinus which together create a situation where there is an insufficient amount of bone for the placement of a tooth implant.

The patient has experienced bone loss due to gum disease.
In situations where advance periodontal disease (gum disease) is present, the bone that surrounds and supports the person's teeth is damaged. In the most severe cases, significant amounts of bone can be lost from around the person's teeth, to the point where there is no longer an adequate amount of bone in which to place a tooth implant.

Bone resorption associated with previous tooth extractions.
When teeth are extracted the bone that originally held the teeth in place will under go a process called resorption. The net effect of this process is that much of the bone in the region originally occupied by the tooth is lost, possibly to the point where there is an insufficient amount of bone in which to place a dental implant.
The magnitude of post tooth extraction bone loss can be as much as 40 to 60 percent within the first three years after teeth have been removed. Beyond that point, the rate of bone loss typically subsides substantially. The cause of post extraction bone resorption is typically attributed to disuse atrophy, decreased blood supply, localized inflammation and/or unfavorable pressure from a dental appliance (denture or partial denture).


The
sinus lift procedure

The sinus lift is a surgical procedure. The specific technique that the oral surgeon / implantologist utilizes can vary depending upon their training and experiences but traditionally the procedure has been performed as follows:
1. incision in the patient's gum tissue on the cheek side of their upper jaw in the area where the placement of the dental implant is planned (in the region originally occupied by the patient's bicuspid or molar teeth). This incision allows the oral surgeon to flap back the patient's gum tissue and expose the jawbone that lies underneath.
The sinus lift is a surgical procedure.

2. The exposed bone is cut in a fashion where a "trap door" of bone, hinged at the top, is created. This movable section of bone is then pushed gently inward and upward into the sinus cavity. This bone movement caries the sinus membrane attached to it with it, thus "lifting" the membrane (and hence the sinus floor) to a new, higher level. The empty space underneath the lifted sinus membrane is then packed with bone-graft material thus providing the new bone into which the tooth implant will be placed.
3. Once the bone-graft material has been positioned the gum tissue is stitched closed.
4. In some instances it can be possible that the oral surgeon will place the dental implant at the same time that the sinus lift is performed. In most cases, however, a
oral surgeon / implantologist will allow a healing period of six to nine months before the dental implant is placed. The specific time frame allowed for healing is dependent upon the type of bone-graft material that has been utilized. 

What is a dental implant?
The advantages of implantation
Are you suitable for dental implants?
Is it uncomfortable when the implants are placed?
How long does treatment like?
Overdenture
If you do not have enough bone, what else done?
Sinus lifting, sinus elevation
How do I look after implants?
How long will the implants last?
Summary of implant procedure's stages



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ESTHETIC AND COSMETIC DENTISTRY
DENTAL IMPLANTOLOGY
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PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY

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How long does treatment like?
Overdenture
If you do not have enough bone, what else done?
Sinus lifting, sinus elevation
How do I look after implants?
How long will the implants last?
Summary of implant procedure's stages

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Sanoral Dental Clinic, Budapest
ESTHETIC AND COSMETIC DENTISTRY
DENTAL IMPLANTOLOGY &
ORAL SURGERY
ORTODONTICS & PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY
 
Erzsébet körút 58.
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1073 Budapest, Hungary

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