maxillary sinus elevation surgery

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maxillary sinus elevation surgery

a surgical procedure wherein the membrane lining of the maxillary sinus is elevated away from the bony floor of the sinus and the intervening space so created is filled with bone. The purpose of the operation is usually to create an increased alveolar height to facilitate placement of a dental implant.
Synonym(s): sinus lift
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Majed Abu Arqoub from Jordan indicated that he presented two topics in the conference, the first topic was the dental implants and the second one was a sinus lift procedure with microscope.
PRF has been used for several treatments in dentistry, such as socket preservation, sinus lift, and bone grafting (8-12).
[3] Many clinicians believe that more traditional sinus lift procedures, such as a lateral approach, should be used instead of subantral augmentation, if the alveolar bone height is to be raised >3 mm, although surface-enhanced dental implants can often compensate for minimal bone height in the augmented site.
[ClickPress, Mon Oct 01 2018] According to a new market research report "Dental Bone Graft Substitutes Market by Type (Synthetic Bone Grafts, Xenografts, Allografts, and Demineralized Allografts), by Application (Sinus Lift, Ridge Augmentation, Socket Preservation, Periodontal Defect Regeneration, and Implant Bone Regeneration), by Product (Biooss, Osteograf, Grafton, and Others) - Forecast to 2021", published by MarketsandMarkets, The global market is expected to reach USD 664.3 Million by 2021, at a CAGR of 9.8% from 2016 to 2021.
The patient refused to undergo a sinus lift surgery.
When the residual bone height is inadequate for implant placement, in case of favorable prosthetical spaces, a sinus lift is considered a safe procedure with predictable results [4-10].
The surgery process of adding dental bone into the upper jaw (in the molar and premolar areas) is recognized as sinus lift, sinus augmentation, or sinus lift augmentation.
Alveolar antral artery isolation during sinus lift procedure with the double window technique.
Or if there is not enough bone height in the upper jaw or the sinuses are too close to the jaw, you may require a sinus lift. All these assessments are done by the Dental surgeon via a pre operative 3d CBCT scan.