INNOVATIVE TECHNIQUE FOR INDIRECT SINUS LIFTING.
Attempting to place implants in patients with a pneumatized maxillary sinus can create a challenging situation for many dental implant practitioners. Evaluation and management of the deficient posterior maxillary region is handled via CBCT diagnostics and the use of the CAS-kit Approach Sinus Kit from Hiossen. Flap reflection, drilling sequence, hydraulic lifting of the Schneiderian Membrane, utilization of PRF and Allograft bone, and finally immediate implant placement is highlighted in a conservative crestal approach, without the need for opening the traditional lateral window. Attendees will understand how utilizing this technique can safely achieve anywhere from 6-8mm of vertical height in what is one of the most common, yet challenging regions to work in for implant dentistry.
- Rationale for Sinus Grafting
- Sinus Anatomy and Physiology review
- Conventional sinus lifting technique using osteotome
- Advantage of Sinus Lifting using the CAS kit
- Indication and limitation of crestal approach
- List the steps to performing safe indirect sinus lifting using the CAS kit with graft materials
- Indication and Case Presentations
- Pharmacology (Pre and Post op meds) for sinus grafting
- Hands on – CAS-kit usage and Implant Placement on Sinus Models
Speaker: Dr. Ammar Taimish, DDS
New York University College of Dentistry Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery – MD/ DDS program (6Y) at Detroit Receiving
New York University College of Dentistry · Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery – MD/ DDS program (6Y) at Detroit Receiving Hospital / Wayne State School of Medicine · Implant Clinical Career (10Y+)
Training at Syracuse University Hospital Department of Surgery · Surgical Head & Neck Anatomy Training · Over 100 CE in Implant Dentistry & Oral Surgery · Dental implants, Bone Grafting, All-on-4TM, and Teeth-in-a-Day