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Guided Bone Augmentation

Guided Bone Augmentation

The bone may be lacking height, width or a combination of both (vertical and horizontal). 1 When bone thickness (width) is lacking, the problem can be solved by splitting and packing the existing bone while creating a space where the implant will be inserted. 2 Bone is not high enough or a combined issue *An additional method is the addition of a block of...

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Sophisticated Bone Augmentation Techniques

Sophisticated Bone Augmentation Techniques

1 Silicone Balloon  A. For use in gum expansion: A unique, especially successful (!) method in cases of insufficient bone is gingival expansion using a silicon balloon at the first stage, and packing the new bone at the second stages (5-8 weeks later). Thus, the possibility of the exposure of the implanted bone is reduced (infection) and greater control over the procedure...

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Open Sinus Lift

Open Sinus Lift

The sinuses are air cavities inside the skull which function to increase resonance of the voice. The maxillary sinuses are located above the upper posterior teeth. Therefore, in cases when teeth must be implanted to replace these teeth and bone volume is missing, there is difficulty in inserting the implant. Bone absorption occurs immediately after a tooth extraction, and...

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Closed Sinus Lift

Closed Sinus Lift

Closed Sinus Lift 1. Closed sinus lift and single implantation. 2. Cementation of permanent crown after 5 months. 3. X-ray before the procedure. 4. X-ray one year after completion. Closed Sinus Lift – X-ray Image Closed Sinus Lift and Insertion of Implants – How is it done? The maxillary sinus is an anatomical...

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