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Minimally Invasive Sinus Augmentation Using Ultrasonic Piezoelectric Vibration & Hydraulic Pressure

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Compared to the lateral window approach, the crestal approach has the advantage of being minimally invasiveness which contributes to less postoperative discomfort. Variable crestal techniques have been reported to overcome the disadvantages of the lateral window approach. This video demonstrates hydrodynamic piezoelectric internal sinus elevation (HPISE) which was reported in 2008. Unlike conventional crestal approaches, HPISE is free from postoperative positional vertigo because ultrasonic piezoelectric vibration is used to break sinus floor directly, not using osteotome. HPISE doesn’t usually rely on bone compaction to elevate sinus mucosa, so even and gentle elevation of the sinus membrane is possible due to hydraulic pressure from internal irrigation and the rate of membrane perforation is very low. The amount of membrane elevation is compatible with lateral window technique. So HPISE is an alternative surgical method to the lateral sinus augmentation technique and can be used with or without bone graft.

Date Added:
6/25/2012

Author(s):

Dong-Seok Sohn, DDS, PhD Dong-Seok Sohn, DDS, PhD
Dr. Dong-Seok Sohn received his DDD from 1989, DDS : School of Dentistry, Kyungbook National University in 1989. He complted training of oral and maxillofacial Surgery ...
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Questions & Comments
Dong Sohn - (5/23/2014 7:03 PM)

Dear jerome bistritz

You are interested in follow up of Vital used in this case. Final result was good.. I don't use this one anymore due to too much flowable. Wound should be dried before applying it. Sticky bone is better. Regarding on HPISe, you can read articleson cinical studies and other videos posted at xp or facebook or www.waups.org
Thank you DS



I am very sorry but what is the purpose of the video without the 4 to 6 month follow up with a CBCT images demonstrating the resulting osseous gain of bone volume and quality in the maxillary sinus augmentation. No follow up no proof of claim? Both for the bone putty and occlusive dressing???Please submit the follow images because the technique would a be less invasive than lateral window approach if it works

Dong Sohn - (5/23/2014 6:57 PM)

Thank you Juan,,

Dong Sohn - (5/23/2014 6:56 PM)

Hello Mark, the rate of membperforation is very low. Water is gentlebut powrful. This tecnique is much simpler safer than Physioloft becuse of mnimal instrumentation..Thank you,ds

JUAN HERNANDEZ - (5/23/2014 12:07 PM)

Great technique. After your course I started to use it in combination with the CRGF. Thanks for sharing your knowledge

mark dankowski - (3/28/2014 2:06 PM)

Any chances of perforating membrane by the water pressure. Would you say this technique is safer than the Physiolift by Mectron?

jerome bistritz - (3/18/2014 11:06 PM)

I am very sorry but what is the purpose of the video without the 4 to 6 month follow up with a CBCT images demonstrating the resulting osseous gain of bone volume and quality in the maxillary sinus augmentation. No follow up no proof of claim? Both for the bone putty and occlusive dressing???Please submit the follow images because the technique would a be less invasive than lateral window approach if it works.

patrick mccauley - (9/14/2012 9:20 AM)

I performed procedure ,ie crestal lift and optained good result.Thanks for sharing technique.

patrick mccauley - (9/14/2012 9:18 AM)

Were can I purchase Vital? I cannot find a vender in US.

Sam Busich - (8/29/2012 9:06 AM)

Would love to see more stuff from Dr. Sohn regarding GBR and PRF etc. etc. thanks Sam

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