Direct Sinus Lift
Following teeth lost , the jaw bone at the back of the upper jaw shrinks rapidly. Sometimes the bone can be as thin as 1 -2 mm. Some form of bone grafting must be done in order to place dental implants in the upper jaw. External Sinus Lift Bone Grafting is usually done to augment such thin jaw bone.
Indirect Sinus Lift
Indirect sinus lift procedure is the process of raising the sinus floor through the crest of the alveolar ridge with specialized instruments called osteotome. Following which bone graft is done and implant is secured in place