Case Reports: Sinus lift & implantation

Implantology, sinus lift

To improve healing outcomes with bone regeneration material, the material is ‘activated’ using Tissue Support.

This special form of hyaluronic acid combines HA’s ultra-hydrophilic properties with the porous structure of bone regeneration material. Following ‘activation’, the surgeon has a putty-like matrix which is easily applied to the defect. Immediately after positioning this putty-like matrix in the defect, the hyaluronic acid’s hydrophilic properties mean that complete mixing with blood from the defect commences. This creates ideal conditions for successful ossification. Finally Flex Barrier, a liquid membrane, is used to produce a barrier effect which remains intact for around 3-4 weeks.

The bacteriostatic and antiseptic properties of hyaluronic acid also reduce the risk of bacteria-induced wound healing problems.

Sinus lift & implantation
Sinus lift & implantation
Sinus lift & implantation
Sinus lift & implantation
Sinus lift & implantation
Sinus lift & implantation
Sinus lift & implantation
Sinus lift & implantation