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Sinus Floor Elevation: A Clinical, Radiographic and Histologic Overview

Description:
This presentation and imbedded HD videos will highlight the important aspects of the Sinus Lift procedure and how to increase the success rate while minimizing complications. An overview of the procedure with detail radiographic planning and follow up outcomes will be displayed and histoligical results highlighted to gain an appreciation of the timing of bone fill and when you can place and load implants in the augmented sinus. Complications and their management will be equally covered with an impetus on case and patient management and follow up care. Common medications and techniques for each procedure will be noted.

Date Added:
12/12/2013

Author(s):

Christian Makary, DDS, PhD Christian Makary, DDS, PhD
Dr. Christian Makary graduated as a doctor of dental surgery in 1993 from St Joseph University in Beirut, Lebanon.

He holds a certificate of Oral Surgery from Pari...
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Questions & Comments
Eric Pena - (4/21/2015 1:04 AM)

The captured image of the maxillary sinus in this presentation were excellent . A great help to clinicians . Thank you very much.

joseph zaarour - (2/1/2014 5:12 PM)

Dr Makary, excellent presentation and an Exceptional lecture

joe abourjeily - (1/29/2014 11:41 AM)

Thx Dr Makary for this excellent presentation.

Nancy Mansour - (1/29/2014 8:18 AM)

I would like to propose a very hearty vote of thanks to you Dr.MAKARY for sharing with us your findings and opinions today.
I am sure that all the members who already watched this video have taken note of your suggestions.
You really made this topic meaningful and interesting.

christian makary - (1/22/2014 10:56 AM)

Dr Lupu, i dont use PRP or growth factors in the sinus. i know there are some very good experts on dental XP mainly Dr Sohn who has experience in this field. As for the collagen membrane i use, it is a native collagen membrane.

Ciprian Lupu - (1/7/2014 7:31 PM)

Great presentation. What is your oppinion on using as filling sinus material the Plattelet Rich Plasma or CFG as an alternative to bone particulate substitutes? What kind of colagen membrane did you use for the window and for repairing the perforations that occour. Best regards, Ciprian Lupu

christian makary - (1/7/2014 4:09 AM)

Dr Sohn, I Cant wait to see your new published material. Aloha

Dong Sohn - (1/5/2014 10:44 PM)

Dr Makary,
Regading the stability of reposintiond bony window, the buccal window fits well over the bone graft with good stabiltiy than collagen membrane. I have utilized replacement of bony window with and without bone graft in the sinus for alomost 10 yrs. THe issue concern about didn't rised. More compact bone regeneration along window was seen than that of grafts The data is submittd to ID for the publication. Thank you Ds

Alejandro Aguilar - (12/20/2013 6:59 PM)

amazing presentation thanks

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