Sinus Lift

Prepare Your Upper Jaw for Dental Implants with a Sinus Lift

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Raise the Sinus Cavity to Improve Success of Dental Implants

Tooth loss is always troublesome, but when it occurs at the top of your mouth near the sinuses it presents a new challenge when placing dental implants. Many times, this area has insufficient bone levels to support dental implants. In this case, Dr. John Thousand offers a procedure called a sinus lift, to gently raise the sinus cavity and add bone grafting material to create the sufficient amount of bone for successful implant placement.

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How Sinus Lift Works

Signs You May Need a Sinus Lift

  • Missing or extracted upper teeth
  • Bone loss due to periodontal disease
  • Facial or oral trauma
  • Inadequate bone levels
  • Low positioning of sinus
  • A large sinus cavity

Experience a Successful and Effective Procedure

Our team enjoys performing sinus lift procedures. In fact, Dr. Thousand says he could do them all day long! Besides having a passion for his field he also has extensive experience. He brings his knowledge and the use of technology such as plasma rich growth factors to speed up healing time and ensure the lift is successful. When dental implants need to be placed in the upper arch, a sinus lift is necessary if there are not adequate jaw bone levels. Dr. Thousand and our staff are 100 percent transparent in your needs and will only ever suggest a sinus lift procedure if you absolutely need one. We offer sedation dentistry to provide you with a nearly painless experience and calm any anxiety you have, if needed.

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Schedule a consultation with Dr. Thousand today to find out if you need a sinus lift before your dental implant procedure.

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