Transform your dental health and reclaim your confident smile with our advanced sinus lift procedures.
What Is a Sinus Lift?
A sinus lift is a dental surgery that adds bone to your upper jaw in the area of your molars and premolars to support dental implants. It’s typically necessary when the sinus wall is very thin.
Our Sinus Lift Options
Internal Sinus Lifting
This less invasive technique is used when a smaller amount of bone is needed. It’s often performed during the implant placement procedure.
Open Sinus Lifting
For patients who require a significant amount of bone, an open sinus lift is the traditional method, providing the space necessary for bone graft material.
Internal Sinus Lift: A Minimally Invasive Choice
- Quick Recovery: With less surgical intervention, you can expect a faster recovery time.
- Convenient: Often completed alongside implant placement, saving you time and reducing the number of surgeries.
- Comfort: Reduced discomfort post-surgery due to the less invasive nature of the technique.
Open Sinus Lifting: A Comprehensive Solution
- Ideal for Extensive Bone Loss: Best suited for those with significant bone atrophy.
- High Success Rates: This method has been performed for decades with reliable outcomes.
- Customized Approach: Tailored bone grafting materials to ensure the best foundation for your future implants.
Consultation and Planning
Every successful sinus lift starts with a detailed consultation. Our team uses the latest imaging technology to assess your needs and plan your procedure meticulously.
Our skilled surgeons have extensive experience in both internal and open sinus lifting techniques, ensuring you receive the highest standard of care.
We provide comprehensive aftercare instructions and support to ensure a smooth recovery and the best possible results.
Why Choose Us?
- Expertise: Our dental surgeons specialize in advanced implantology procedures.
- Technology: We utilize cutting-edge technology for precision and comfort.
- Patient Care: Your health and satisfaction are our top priorities.