Double-angle initial diverter with depth references.
The elevation of the maxillary sinus by the crestal route is a predictable method and is increasingly used by clinicians all over the world. Regardless of the surgical technique used to erode the maxillary sinus floor, the use of dedicated microstructures has made it possible to make the crestal elevation more controllable in its various phases, which are represented from the dissection of the sinus membrane, from the filling of the subranial space and finally from the positioning of the implant. The surgical phases are standardized and for each phase a dedicated instrument has been created that allows a surgical operation more easily replicable by all the operators involved in the maxillary sinus.
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