Acquire the theoretical and practical techniques required to incorporate the technique of sinus elevation into their daily clinical practice, thus facilitating the solution of cases with maxillary bone atrophy.
Madrid - 16th, 17th and 18th November 2020.
Valencia - 9th, 10th and 11th November 2020.
Clinical practice: 55%
Pre-clinical practice: 20%
09:00 - 14:00
16:00 - 20:00
A programme designed to combine both theoretical and practical content in which each student:
- Will attend different Maxillary Sinus Elevation surgical procedures via the direct technique.
- One of these will be performed under the mentoring of the teaching staff.
Practicing sinus lift procedures on cadaver heads
- Anatomical memory of the maxillary sinus and adjacent structures.
- Sinus lifting technique with lateral window.
- Crestal and/or transveolar elevation techniques.
Practicing sinus lift procedures on patients
Sinus elevation surgeries by means of the direct technique performed by students and tutored by the teaching staff.
- Intraoperative complications (Schneider membrane perforation).
- Post-operative complications.
- Discussion of previous cases.
- Edentulous upper jaw.
- The challenge of the atrophic posterior jaw.
- Rehabilitation of the atrophic posterior jaw.
- Treatment characteristics and options.
- Pre-operative medication.
- Atraumatic Maxillary Sinus Elevation technique.
- Comparison of indirect sinus elevation systems.
- Special features of the atraumatic technique.
- Advantages and disadvantages in relation to the direct technique.
- Presentation of clinical cases.
- Anatomy and physiology of the maxillary sinus.
- Vascular relationships.
- Own pathologies and pre-operative treatments.
- Historical background on the sinus elevation technique.
- Biological foundations of the sinus elevation technique.
- Indications and contraindications.
- Surgical instruments and material.
- Lateral approach technique: step by step.
- Clinical action orientation based on the amount of bone remaining in the alveolar ridge of the posterior jaw.
- Application and limitations of the conventional and advanced radiological techniques: Ortho and CT.
- Dental implant fitting following maxillary sinus lifting.
- Is immediate loading associated with sinus lifting possible?