Sinus Lift is the most common bone-plastic surgery used in dental implantology.
Unlike the lower jaw, which is one whole bone, the upper jaw has 2 large cavities. These cavities are lined with mucous membranes and join the nasal cavity, we call it maxillary sinus or highmore. When a person loses teeth and the issue of replacing them with implants arises, the question arises as to the volume of bone tissue between the upper jaw cavity and the oral cavity. If this volume is small, the implant will simply fall into the Highmore cavity
Sinus lifting surgery is used to create the required volume of bone tissue in the implant area. The operation is performed in the following stages, under local anesthesia:
Do not delay implantation, as the more time passes from tooth loss, the greater the need for sinus lift.