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Sinus Lift Madison WI

Young woman with sinus lift smiling from Madison Family Dental Associates in Madison, WIDental implants are a fantastic option for patients to help them not only restore the appearance of their smile but also improve the function of their mouth. A great deal of planning and personalization is, therefore, necessary to help ensure that a patient receives the best possible standard of care during this procedure. Part of the planning process involves identifying the type of dental implant that would best suit the patient, pre-operative assessments, and any post-operative care and maintenance of the implants.

One important step in ensuring that a dental implant procedure goes smoothly is determining whether or not a patient will need a sinus lift before we begin the actual implant process. Our highly trained dentists here at Madison Family Dental Associates can help you best navigate the path to a brighter smile. We will go over the basics of a sinus lift, so you can get a more comprehensive idea of what the procedure entails.

What is a Sinus Lift?

A sinus lift, also known as a sinus augmentation, is a dental procedure that is designed to make the process of placing dental implants significantly easier. This procedure is often recommended to patients that need a dental implant, but they may be lacking a healthy bone structure in the jawbone. This lack of bone mass can make placing dental implants more challenging, and in some cases, prevent the patient from being able to get dental implants.

In order to remedy the lack of proper bone support, we can perform a sinus lift, which has the effect of increasing the amount of available bone in the upper jaw. This can help restore it to an amount that is suitable for a dental implant procedure. If you happen to be missing teeth or jawbone mass toward the back of your mouth, near the sinuses, it may be medically necessary to perform a sinus lift before a dental implant procedure.

However, please note that sinus lifts are not just used on patients who have suffered some kind of trauma, causing them to lose teeth or jawbone mass. Furthermore, a variety of birth defects and medical conditions can also create a situation in which a sinus lift would be not recommended.

What is Involved in a Sinus Lift?

The exact steps of a sinus lift procedure can vary from patient to patient, but there are a few constants in the procedure. Ultimately, a sinus lift is a bone transplant, which means that bone must be taken from one place and relocated to the upper jaw of the patient. This bone can be acquired in a variety of ways, such as other parts of the patient's body, a cadaver, animals (such as cows), or even non-bone synthetic material. Once the material has been chosen, the proper measurements will be taken, and the procedure can be performed. Next, we will expose the bone, insert the donor material, and then suture the incision closed. After the procedure, you will be given post-operative instructions to ensure proper healing.

Sinus Lift Madison

Getting dental implants can be a complicated process, but that does not mean it has to be a confusing one. To learn more about the sinus lift procedure, please call our expert team here at Madison Family Dental Associates at 608-274-5970 today.
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