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Sinus Lift Course & Complication Management in Sinus Lift

with Prof. Puria Parvini

22-23rd November 2024, London

Danubius Hotel Regents Park, London NW8 7JT

Step-by-step surgical protocol for Sinus Grafting. Prevention & management of complications.

Hands-on practice with Piezosurgery & surgical motors.

Early Bird rate

for a limited time only

£1,550

£1,790

Our 2-day Sinus Grafting Course is crafted to equip you with the knowledge and hands-on experience needed to successfully addressing challenges such as posterior maxilla resorption, sinus pneumatization, and complications is Sinus Grafting. Join us for this comprehensive course where theory meets practice, and participants gain valuable hands-on experience using Piezosurgery in sinus grafting. 

What to Expect:

  • Comprehensive Training: Delve into all stages of sinus lift procedures, from treatment planning to the execution of diverse surgical approaches.
  • Surgical Techniques: Gain practical insights into various surgical approaches, including the lateral, crestal, and piezo augmentation methods.
  • Membrane Perforation Repair: Acquire proficiency in repairing Schneiderian membrane perforations, a critical aspect of ensuring successful outcomes.
  • Complication Management: Learn systematic approaches to identify, prevent, and manage complications that may arise during Sinus lift procedures.

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14 hours Verifiable CPD

Hands-on Courses

Expert Speaker

COURSE CONTENT

Part I.

SINUS AUGMENTATION

  • Anatomy of the sinus and the surrounding structures

  • CBCT evaluation and treatment planning for predictable sinus grafting

  • Flap design

  • Crestal sinus lift and bone splitting

  • Lateral window technique with different instrumentations

  • Sinus floor elevation from the palatal side

  • Hydrodynamic Piezosurgery sinus elevation

  • The Schneiderian membrane – practical tips on how to elevate it

  • Sinus Augmentation graft materials and surgical techniques

  • Preparation techniques of the implant site with low residual bone height

  • Combination with lateral augmentation

  • Sinus floor augmentation without bone grafting

  • Complex techniques for posterior maxillary reconstruction

  • Contraindications for sinus lift

HANDS-ON

practice of techniques on models and sheep jaws with Piezosurgery

PREVENTION & MANAGEMENT OF COMPLICATIONS

  • Rare anatomical features

  • Bleeding risks due to arterial blood vessels in the lateral bony wall of the sinus

  • Membrane perforations

  • Polyps, mucoceles, Procedure for transversal and sagittal septa, external floor elevation after previous ENT- Treatment

  • medical interventions, endoscopically monitored sinus lift

 

Part II.

COMPLICATIONS IN SINUS GRAFTING

Preoperative complications

    • Preoperative acute, chronic and fungal sinusitis
    • Preoperative cystic structures and mucoceles

Intraoperative complications in implant placement

  • Sinus floor perforation
  • Bleeding

  • Dislocation
  • Aspiration or ingestion of foreign objects
  • Perforation of the sinus membrane during elevation
  • Bleeding during membrane elevation
  • Presence of a mucus retention cyst
  • Blockage of the maxillary ostium

Postoperative Complications

  • Postoperative pain

Complications associated with lateral window sinus elevation

  • Acute graft infection/sinusitis
  • Chronic infection/sinusitis
  • Delayed implant migration into the sinus cavity

IV. DISCUSSION, Q&A SESSION

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22-23rd November 2024, London

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VENUE

Danubius Hotel Regents Park

18 Lodge Rd, London NW8 7JT

The venue is located in the very heart of the London overlooking Regents Park and Lord’s Cricket Ground. 
Being just a 10 minute walk from St. John’s Wood tube station, the hotel is easily accesible. Parking is possible on site. Parking charges are £35 for 24Hrs or £4.50 per hour. 

COURSE GALLERY

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Prof. Puria Parvini

Oral Surgeon, MSc. Periodontology, MSc. Implantology – German Association of Periodontology (DGParo)

  • Deputy Director at the Department of Oral Surgery & Implantology at Goethe University Frankfurt in Germany
  • Chief Senior Physician at the Center for Dentistry, Oral and Maxillofacial Medicine at the Goethe University Hospital in Frankfurt (Carolinum)
  • Clinical Lecturer & Supervisor – Master of Science in Oral Implantology at Goethe University
  • Tutor & Supervisor – Anatomical Institute at the University of Vienna, Austria
  • Certified Expert of the German Society of Oral Implantology (DGOI)

Other information

All hand instruments scalpel blades, sutures and consumables are provided.
Bringing your own loupe and light is highly recommended.
14 hours verifiable CPD provided upon completion.

Learning Objectives

 

  • Assessment and treatment planning of missing maxillary posterior teeth
  • Anatomical and biological considerations and surgical approaches to the maxillary sinus
  • Selection and application of graft materials for the maxillary sinus
  • Develop hands-on experience by carrying out different sinus lift techniques on animal heads
  • Indications, guidelines and surgical protocols for sinus bone grafting: lateral and crestal approach
  • Tips and protocols to provide predictable results and avoid complications in sinus augmentation
  • Prevention and management of intraoperative and postoperative complications in dental implantology and in sinus grafting

Sponsors

Choukroun PRF dental course in UK

UPCOMING COURSES

Autogenous Bone Augmentation course

with Dr Thomas Hanser

November 2024, London

 

Immediate Implant Placement vs. Ridge Preservation

& Complications in Implant Dentistry

with Prof. Puria Parvini

18-19 October 2024, London

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Complications in sinus lifting procedures

When patients lose teeth in the posterior maxilla, alveolar bone resorption follows as a consequence of physiological bone remodelling following tooth loss and also from sinus cavity pneumatization towards the alveolar crest. These two processes usually result in...

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