Atrophic Posterior Maxilla Rehabilitation

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This course addresses the challenges of dental rehabilitation in the atrophic posterior maxilla, focusing on minimally invasive techniques to maximize patient bone availability. Attendees will explore the anatomy of the maxillary sinus, learn the transcrestal approach with osteotomies and osseodensification, and understand how to manage complications effectively.

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This course addresses the challenges of dental rehabilitation in the atrophic posterior maxilla, focusing on minimally invasive techniques to maximize patient bone availability. Attendees will explore the anatomy of the maxillary sinus, learn the transcrestal approach with osteotomies and osseodensification, and understand how to manage complications effectively.

The session will also cover the use of biomaterials and the strategic application of short implants, offering insights into their benefits for cases with limited bone height. Designed for clinicians aiming to enhance their surgical proficiency, this lecture provides essential tools and knowledge to perform less invasive procedures with confidence, improving patient outcomes in the posterior maxilla.

The objective of the lecture is to provide clinicians with the necessary tools to minimize the invasiveness of the procedure and comfortably manage surgical cases.

The lecture explores techniques ranging from transcrestal sinus lift to short implants.

  • Understanding the anatomy of the maxillary sinus and its clinical implications
  • Trans-crestal approach with osteotomies and osseo-densification (hands-on topic)
  • Management of complications
  • Biomaterials and evidence-based considerations
  • Short implants: truth and advantages 

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