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Efficient and Atraumatic Combination Techniques for Maxillary Sinus Augmentation

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This video will demonstrate two current state of the art techniques in Maxillary Sinus Augmentation. The first, is the utilization of Neurosurgical drills for the Sinus Lateral Approach (SLA kit) by Neobiotech for Lateral Wall Access and the second, is the Zimmer Sinus Lift Balloon for controlled Lifting of the Schniderian Membrane. The SLA kit is a new and uniquely designed surgical kit which has made the lateral maxillary sinus osteotomy an easier, safer and a quicker lateral window opening procedure. The LS- reamer is a drill in the SLA kit which is specially designed to perforate the lateral wall without perforation of the sinus membrane due to it's unique neurosurgical design features. The C- reamer is another component in the SLA kit which saves the circular core disk from the lateral wall when needed for bone grafting and protects the sinus membrane. The Zimmer Sinus Lift Balloon is a very unique method used to lift the Schneiderian membrane atraumatically while protecting the membrane from tearing. Combining these two advanced techniques has made maxillary sinus elevation a very safe and predictable outcome with minimal surgical risk.

Date Added:
8/14/2012

Author(s):

Abtin Shahriari, DMD, MPH Abtin Shahriari, DMD, MPH

Dr. Abtin Shahriari completed his undergraduate training at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia with a Bachelors of Science in Biology. He received his Ma...
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Questions & Comments
parviz roshanzamir - (5/21/2017 2:50 AM)

Maybe we can try the balloon in brazil !

Ronald Goldstein - (5/1/2017 1:16 PM)

Very nice video, Abtin...will you be showing the next step?

Marko Tadros - (4/29/2017 3:33 PM)

Great Video my friend . Well done :)

Maurice Salama - (1/8/2014 6:18 PM)

Yes, James. I agree totally. It is an outstanding display of new technologies utilized for Contemporary Sinus Augmentation.

James Albani - (1/8/2014 4:26 PM)

nice job.....

margot zaki - (6/9/2013 3:04 AM)

4 minutes Dr Abtin summarised what we've been watching for 20 years,I love these videos brief,informative,profesionaland to the point. Rawi Barsoum

margot zaki - (6/9/2013 3:00 AM)

4 minutes he summarised what we've been watching for 20 years congratulations I love these videos brief,informative,professional and to the point.

Abtin Shahriari - (9/5/2012 1:53 PM)

Saad have you been able to view the video? I have forwarded your comment to our computer expert at Dental xp

Maurice Salama - (9/5/2012 12:05 PM)

Mark; 4 Vials for One sinus and 8 vials for Bilateral Sinus Grafts. Hadi, we will post video of re-entry and implant placement in 4-6 months.
regards
Dr. S

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