Maria Beatriz Schott1, Lucas Gabriel Carvalho de Souza1, Eriksson Florencio2, Joao Geraldo Carvalho Fernandes2, Marcos Flaminio Carlos Junior2, Bruno Costa Martins de Sa1, Claudio Ferreira Noia1, Sergio Charifker Ribeiro Martins2, Leandro Lecio de Lima Sousa2 João Carlos Vicente de Barros and Tarcio Hiroshi Ishimine Skiba1*
1Department of Implantology, Dental Study and Research System, Brazil
2Department of Implantology and Periodontology RIDGE, Research Implant Dentistry and Graft Expetise and ICS FUNORTE, Brazil
*Corresponding Author: Tarcio Hiroshi Ishimine Skiba, Department of Implantology, Dental Study and Research System, Brazil.
Received: July 15, 2022; Published: August 09, 2022
The instalation of dental implants in the partially or totally edentulous posterior maxilla may be an endeavoring procedure due to anatomical limitations, especially imposed by the sinus pneumatization. It is not uncommon the need for augmentation and the golden standard procedure is the sinus lift.
The aim of this paper is to report a case in which such this very procedure was performed based on the osseodensification protocol. The surgical procedure was described in this paper as well as a discussion.
Keywords: Transcrestal; Sinus Lift; Osseodensification
Citation: Tarcio Hiroshi Ishimine Skiba., et al. “Transcrestal Sinus Lift Approach Employing Osseodensification Concept: A Case Report". Acta Scientific Dental Sciences 6.9 (2022): 13-19.
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