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Indirect Sinus Lift with CPS Putty Indirect Sinus Lift with CPS Putty

Author(s):

Lanka Mahesh, BDS, MBA;Dr. Manesh Lahori; Dr. Sagrika Shukla; Dr. Prerna Kaushik

Date Added:

11/28/2011


Summary:

The posterior maxilla often presents with problems of implant placement due to poor quality of bone in conjunction with poor volume of bone. After tooth extraction, bone resorption begins and presence of maxillary sinus makes implant placement impossible in highly resorbed posterior maxilla. In situations where lack of bone volume is related to an enlarged maxillary sinus, elevation of the sinus floor has been advocated for implant placement.

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