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Retrograde Sinus Augmentation and Simultaneous Implantation in Region 16

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Duration:

07:30

Surgeon:

Prof. Dr. Hürzeler

Vertical augmentation is carried out for an atrophied upper jaw using retrograde sinus augmentation. At the same time, an implant is inserted in the augmented area.

The existing bone defect is augmented through elevation of the sinus floor using bone substitute. Professor Hinze, dental surgeon, demonstrates retrograde sinus augmentation under local anaesthetic. During this procedure, an incision is made, an entire flap layer prepared, and the maxillary sinus wall clearly exposed. An access window is prepared using rotating instruments and the bone flap carefully broken through using a rounded chisel in order to prevent damage to Schneider's membrane. During retrograde sinus augmentation, Schneider's membrane is mobilised by guiding the instruments while maintaining bone contact at all times in order to prevent tearing. The implant bed is then prepared with slow precision drilling. Before placing the implant, retrograde sinus augmentation is continued by inserting bone substitute.

Content of the expert video

In order to establish clear access, a mucoperiosteal flap is formed. The flap is prepared in the papilla area using a modified raspatory.
In order to establish clear access, a mucoperiosteal flap is formed. The flap is prepared in the papilla area using a modified raspatory.
Preparation of the access window is demonstrated using both rotating instruments and piezoelectric devices.
Preparation of the access window is demonstrated using both rotating instruments and piezoelectric devices.
The bone flap is pushed in using a rounded chisel. This helps minimize the risk of damaging Schneider's membrane with rotating instruments.
The bone flap is pushed in using a rounded chisel. This helps minimize the risk of damaging Schneider's membrane with rotating instruments.
Before the implant is inserted, the prepared sinus cavity is filled with bone substitute.
Before the implant is inserted, the prepared sinus cavity is filled with bone substitute.

The expert

Prof. Dr. Markus Hürzeler

Private practice Hürzeler/Zuhr in Munich

  • Practising dentist in the joint practice Hürzeler/Zuhr in Munich
  • 2003 Conferment of degree; adjunct professor by the Albert-Ludwigs University in Freiburg
  • Specialist for periodontology (medical specialist equivalent) according to the Swiss (SSP) and German Association of Periodontology (DGP)
  • Specialist for prosthetics (medical specialist equivalent) according to the German Association for Dental Prosthetics and Materials Science (DGZPW)
  • Professorship at the Albert-Ludwigs University in Freiburg and at the University of Texas in Houston / Texas / USA
  • more »
  • botiss dental Gmbh
  • Henry Schein
  • DZR
  • CAMLOG
  • CLINICAL HOUSE EUROPE
  • Komet/Gebr. Brasseler GmbH &Co KG
  • DSI DentaScience Institute®
  • Kuraray
  • BEGO Implant Systems GmbH & Co. KG
  • Zimmer Dental
  • IDI-PARO
  • IPI München
  • Sirona
  • Align Technology Inc.
  • Mectron
  • Health AG
  • Dentsply Sirona Implants
  • W&H Deutschland GmbH

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