Closed sinus tooth lift: restoration of bone mass for successful implantation
Closed sinus lifting of teeth is a modern and effective procedure that allows you to restore the necessary bone mass in the upper jaw for successful dental implantation. This method relieves the problem of insufficient bone tissue, which can occur due to tooth loss or bone resorption.
When is closed sinus lifting of teeth necessary?
Closed sinus lifting is used in cases where the density of bone tissue in the area of the upper jaw is insufficient for successful dental implantation. During the procedure, the dentist makes a small access to the upper jaw and raises the sinus membrane. Then special bone material is introduced into the space under the membrane, which stimulates bone regeneration. As bone tissue grows, it creates a strong base for dental implants.
One of the advantages of a closed sinus lift is that this procedure is performed without dissection of the gums and without direct access to the sinus. This makes the procedure less invasive and reduces the risk of complications. In addition, a closed sinus lift can be performed simultaneously with dental implantation, which shortens the overall treatment time and provides a quick aesthetic and functional result.