Topic Description :
Osseodensification Procedure as an Alternative to Maxillary Sinus Lift
The purpose of this webinar is to show an alternative technique to normal sinus lift in the upper jaw with minimal invasive approach in order to reduce biological costs using the osseodensification mode. In fact following this technique is possible at the same time place the implant with high primary stability and increase the vertical bone height with and without bone graft. Compared to the traditional technique like lateral sinus lift or crestal approach with manual osteotomes, this procedure is less invasive and more predictable and precise.
- Preserve the bone
- Enhance the primary stability
- Gently autograft of sinus
- Optimize the outcome
- Reducing the invasivity
Prof. Dott. Angelo Cardarelli
Specialist in Oral Surgery and Adjunct Professor
a.c. Vita-Salute San Raffaele University of Milan,
Scientific Consultant Department of Advanced Oral Surgery
IRCSS San Raffaele Hospital – Milan, Italy
Prof. Dott Angelo Cardarelli was born in Insernia Italy. Graduated with Lode in Dentistry and Dental Prosthetics at the University of L’Aqila in 2007. Specializing in Oral Surgery at the “Sapienza” University of Rome in 2010. He is an adjunct professor and tutor at the San Raffaele University of Milan. He is a scientific advisor to the Dental Clinic at the Department of IRCSS San Raffaele in Milan (Dean Prof. E. Gherlone).
He worked in Milan and Insernia, where he practices Implantoprotesis and Oral Surgery. Author of many publications, speaker in national and international congresses on implantology and oral surgery. Member of San Raffaele Implant Cultural Association. SIMO (Societa Italiana Maxillo Odontostomalotologica) and member of IAO (Italian Academy of Osseointegration). Member of International Extraction Academy of California.
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