Sinus Lift Surgery in Turkey
Sinus Lifting Surgery is used for the preparation of Dental Implants.
HOW MANY DAYS DO I NEED
Your treatment can be completed in 1 day.
WHAT IS SINUS LIFTING
Sinus lifting, also known as sinus augmentation, is a dental procedure performed by an Oral Surgeon. It affects the upper jaw area. Sinus lifting is commonly conducted in patients who are about to undergo dental implants. We recommend this procedure to ensure that placing the implant does not harm the sinus pockets located nearby. Many patients who have undergone the procedure at Premium Dental Turkey report that the procedure made breathing easier or improved their sense of smell afterwards.
WHAT HAPPENS DURING SINUS LIFTING?Sinus lifting is essentially an oral surgery that increases the amount of bone in your upper jaw. This is the area where your sinuses are located on the sides of your nose. During the procedure, an Oral Surgeon will move the sinus membrane upward, so more bone is exposed below. It allows for safe implants which will support dental crowns.
WHO NEEDS SINUS LIFTING?
PREPARING FOR SINUS LIFTING SURGERY
THE SINUS LIFTING SURGICAL PROCEDURE
SINUS LIFTING COSTS IN TURKEY
Reviewed by Dr-Dt-İsmail-Kilic - Prosthodontist 2018-04-16 edited on 2021-11-14
He graduated from Hacettepe University Faculty of Dentistry, which he started in 2009, in 2014. He continued his post-graduation academic and clinical education at Selcuk University Faculty of Dentistry, Department of Prosthodontics between 2014-2018. In 2018, he was entitled to receive the title of specialist dentist by presenting his thesis on "Comparison of Digital and Conventional Impression Methods in Implant Supported Fixed Partial Prosthesis". Specialist Dt. İsmail KILIÇ has published various articles in national and international peer-reviewed journals, and he has taken place in many congresses with oral and poster presentations. He is a member of Turkish Dental Association (TDB), Turkish Association of Prosthodontics and Implantology (TPID), European Prosthodontic Association (EPA), International Association for Dental Research (IADR) and International Team for Implantology (ITI).