Bone deficiency occurs in 60-70% of cases. The reason of that may lie in personal characteristics of jaw anatomy or bone atrophy arising from teeth extraction.

We offer our patients the procedure of bone augmentation with the sickness required for implant installation, which is sinus-lifting.

Sinus-lifting is associated with the volume increase of arch osseous tissue in the area of upper jaw with the sickness sufficient for implant installation.

The operation is as follows: the area of sinus floor is translocated upwards of initial level, and the resulting space is filled with osseous material.

Sinus-lifting can be indirect and direct.

The first one has application to the cases with the available space for primary implant stabilization.

Direct sinus-lifting (with incised maxillary sinus wall) is used in case of insufficient osseous tissue.


Sinus lifting technology enables implantation for patients with severe osseous deficiency.

Prior to the procedure implant surgeon conducts comprehensive survey in order to define inflammatory processes, chronic conditions or anatomical restrictions, as well as to determine the osseous height.

This is followed by immediate preparation for surgery.

Pursuant to the computed tomography findings, 3D-model of jaw is created in the specific program. The doctor scrutinizes antrum interior, executes virtual sinus lifting, and measures the required osseous volume.

Post-sinus-lifting gum reconvalescence is comprised of 8-10 days.

Following this period the doctor removes the stitches.

Implantation takes course explicitly during the operation or 4-6 months later after gum regeneration (depending on osseous thickness).

Our center performs successful sinus-lifting procedures for quite a long time. It is of critical importance to get the proper measurement of osseous height from the inferior border of jaw to the bottom of maxillary sinus, as it defines the implantation success.