Developed with L. Trombelli – P. Minenna
|What is it?The SinCrest technique is an innovative kit to prepare the implant site near the Schneider membrane. The kit includes contra-angle drills, depth stops for different lenghts and a newly-designed manual osteotome.
It is the only non-operator-sensitive technique aimed at lifting the sinus available on the marketWhat is it for
The SinCrest technique accomplishes a controlled crestal osteotomy and the lifting of a cortical operculum which adheres to the sinus membrane, always in extrmrly safe conditions and without damaging the tissue
|How it works
The SinCrest drills are equipped with depth stops that allow obtaining a guiding hole in the alveolar bone as close as possible to the maxillary sinus membrane. The innovative SinCrest manual osteotome was designed to obtain the controlled fracture of the bone floor through a 0.5 mm step-by-step progress. The probe included in the SinCrest osteotome allows the constant monitoring of the residual resistance of the maxillary sinus and its lifting without leading to the perforation of the sinus membrane
When should it be used
The SinCrest technique may be used in case of a residual bone availability ranging from 5 to 11 mm and in any sufficient anatomic condition to stabilise the osteotome in the implant site.
|SinCrest technique is available also in a Mini Kit version. MORE INFO >>>|