Sinus lift is a surgical procedure to raise the floor of the maxillary sinus in order to create room to insert the dental implant. It is an additive surgical procedure to increase the bone quantity in the posterior area of the maxillary.

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Bone addition is a surgical procedure to add bone tissue or to help the body produce bone tissue in the maxillary areas where there is a bone resorption.

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The advantages of dental implants treatment are numerous and that is why it has become a standard for modern dentistry. Unfortunately not all patients can benefit from these benefits given their clinical conditions because of factors that need to be mitigated before dental implant insertion.

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Orthodontic dental implants are shorter and thinner than regular implants and are used for a longer period of time. The dental surgeon inserts these implants while the orthodontist uses them for anchoring in order to generate pulling forces.

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Especially in the case of elderly people, because of long periods of edentation, the bone structure becomes very narrow which makes it impossible for a traditional dental implant. A modern solution for this clinical situation is a mini-implant supported prosthesis.

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Clinical studies on dental implant treatments have shown positive long term impact. Their design and surface treatments provide good support and stability for the dental crowns.

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The dental implant is shaped as a "screw" of various types and sizes depending on the category it belongs to and its producer. Every manufacturer has a set price depending on the quality and type (titanium, zirconium) of the dental implant material or its clinical destination .

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