Sinus lift – what is it?
The elevation of the maxillary sinus floor or sinus lift is a special form of bone structure in the upper jaw. If, for various reasons, the bone in the upper jaw is insufficient for an implant restoration, it is possible to “grow” bone in the upper jaw.
Sinus lift – how is this done?
In this case, a small window brings a small window into the bony border of the antrum of the antrum and raises the floor of the antrum. The maxillary sinus mucosa is now gently elevated, and previously harvested autologous bone material and PRP are then placed in the opened maxillary sinus below the mucosa. The height of the elevation is determined by the later implant height.
Here, the bone material grows together with the surrounding bone and forms a durable and durable implant foundation over the next few weeks.
The details and procedure of the procedure will be explained by Dr. med. Thomas Franke and his team would like to be informed in detail in our practice at Stuttgarter Platz 1 in Berlin Charlottenburg.