Acta Scientific Dental Sciences (ISSN: 2581-4893)

Review Article Volume 4 Issue 12

Crestal Sinus Lift Using Osseodensification Burs: Clinical Cases

Cardarelli Angelo1* and Arun K Garg2

1Specialist in Oral Surgery, Adjunct Professor, Department of Dentistry, San Raffaelle University of Milan IRCCS, San Raffale Hospital, Italy
2Former Professor of Surgery, Division of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Department of Surgery School of Medicine, University of Miami Florida, USA

*Corresponding Author: Cardarelli Angelo, Specialist in Oral Surgery, Adjunct Professor, Department of Dentistry, San Raffaelle University of Milan IRCCS, San Raffale Hospital, Italy.

Received: November 05, 2020; Published: November 30, 2020



  The purpose of this work is to present an alternative technique to normal sinus lift in the upper jaw with minimal invasive approach in order to reduce biological costs using the osseodensification mode. Infact following this technique is possible at the same time place the implant with high primary stability and increase the vertical bone height with and without bone graft. Compared to the traditional technique like lateral sinus lift or crestal approach with manual osteotomes, this procedure is less invasive and more predictable and precise.

Keywords: Osseodensification; Crestal Sinus Lift; Sinus Membrane; Bone Graft; Osseointegration



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Citation: Cardarelli Angelo and Arun K Garg. “Crestal Sinus Lift Using Osseodensification Burs: Clinical Cases". Acta Scientific Dental Sciences 4.12 (2020): 113-119.


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