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Sinus Grafting and TM Implants – Overcoming Challenges and Managing Complications

Description:
This lecture will provide the latest information on the management of intraoperative and post-operative complications in sinus grafting. Management of the PSA, along with minimally invasive solutions to overcome poor bone quality and large pneumatized sinuses.

Date Added:
5/6/2015

Author(s):

Monish Bhola, DDS, MSD Monish Bhola, DDS, MSD

Dr. Bhola is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology. He received his D.D.S. from University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry and his cert...
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Questions & Comments
Osama Abdel Qader - (8/20/2016 3:50 PM)

nice lecture

Roy Oyangen - (3/25/2016 11:28 AM)

Excellent presentation, I have seen it twice.

chandanpreet jaspal - (9/23/2015 5:08 PM)

Very nice!

Anurag Gupta - (7/10/2015 9:01 PM)

Thank you for a great presentation.

milind saudagar - (5/31/2015 12:18 PM)

Very honest presentation. Thank u

Peter Fairbairn - (5/7/2015 12:41 PM)

Great discussion Monish , good resume of the possible issues . Must see you soon . Peter

Dr. Dharam Rana - (5/5/2015 8:56 AM)

Nice presentation ...regards.Dr Rana

Charles Schwimer - (5/2/2015 3:10 PM)

Monish. Very nice presentation. Yes I agree bone grating isn't necessary to augment the sinus. Exposure of the sinus walls and clot formation is most important. I also agree some implant designs may be more amenable to bone in growth, but I am not sure that is important for clot stability or significant for implant success. I would expect initial implant stability, sinus membrane reflection, and sinus anatomy to be the most influential parameters for success. Thank you for the thought provoking presentation. Regards. Chuck.

johnny bear - (5/2/2015 9:43 AM)

Thank you So very much for this new approach to a basically membraneless sinus since this past week I did have to abort a sinus lift due to the lack of a manageable membrane. As I approached the sinus with my piezo diamond,t when the bone was removed the sinus was exposed. I would appreciate communicating with you concerning this case Thanks for such an eye opening approach which has great potential. j bear

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