GDC Sinus Lifting Instrument Set of 8 In Pouch (IMPSLSP8) is used during a sinus lift procedure to separate/reflect the Schneiderian membrane from the maxillary bone and to elevate the membrane for implant site preparations. Elevators feature a more round, smooth tip for lifting the sinus with minimal puncture risk.
All steps of the procedure are taken into account from raising the flap to the tricky step of placing the membrane over the osseous lateral window prior to suturing. This well-thought-out set of instruments allows the clinician to comfortably operate in the various sinuses regardless of location, anatomic variations or level of difficulty. It also establishes a comfortable routine that was never present before.
DIRECTION TO USE
Step 1: An internal sinus lift is made through the maxillary jaw.
Step 2: This technique is often used when there is minimal bone shrinkage or when a single implant is placed.
Step 3: Furthermore, it is also recommended for increasing the density of poorly mineralized and relatively malleable bone via condensation, so that reliable results which remain stable long term can be achieved.