sinus lift

Sinus Lift Single Side

The Sinus Lift Single Side procedure, offered at Elite Holiday Clinic, is a specialized dental technique designed to augment the upper jawbone's height on a single side. This procedure is often performed when the patient has insufficient bone height in the posterior maxilla, particularly in cases where a dental implant is planned.

Sinus Lift Both Side

A comprehensive approach to addressing insufficient bone height in the posterior maxilla on both sides. In cases where patients require dental implants or restorations in multiple posterior upper teeth, this technique is a valuable solution.

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What is a Sinus Lift procedure?

A Sinus Lift, also known as sinus augmentation, is a surgical procedure that increases the bone height in the upper jaw's posterior region. It involves lifting the sinus membrane and placing bone graft material to create a solid foundation for dental implant placement.

Is the Sinus Lift procedure painful?

The procedure is typically performed under local anesthesia, ensuring minimal discomfort during the surgery. Post-surgery, some mild discomfort and swelling are normal, but this can be managed with prescribed medications.harmful habits like smoking can contribute to their longevity.

How do I book an appointment?

To book an appointment, please fill out our online booking form on our book appointment page or treatment detail pages.

What information do I need to provide when booking an appointment?

You'll need to provide your name, contact information, treatment you want, preferred appointment date and time.

How long does the recovery process take?

Recovery varies from person to person. Generally, you can expect a few days of recovery with limited physical activity. Over a period of several months, the bone graft material integrates, and the area heals fully.

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