The maxillary sinus elevation is a standard and predictable procedure allowing the realization of dental implant rehabilitation in patients with severe bone atrophy in the lateral-posterior areas of the maxilla. Although the sinus lift procedure is relatively safe, some potential problems can be occur. The most prevalent intraoperative complication is perforation of sinus membrane, which can lead to graft infection and early failure. A variety of protocols and approaches have been suggested to repair the membrane. The two videos below show repairs with a resorbable membrane. The second video also shows the use of biphasic calcium phosphate synthetic bone graft for augmentation and placement of dental implants.
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