Sinus Lift

Sinus lift is the elevation of the floor of the maxillary sinus and it is a surgical procedure that involves moving up the bottom of upper jaw sinus, with simultaneous upgrading of the bone defect to form a sufficient height of the bone necessary for implant installment.

It is used in cases of teeth loss in the side regions of the upper jaw, when due to the resorption of the alveolar ridge (premature loss of teeth and associated reduction in the bone itself) or strong maxillary sinus pneumatization (sinus has a large volume) it is impossible to embed dental implants so as to achieve their desired stability.