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Water Lift System for Hydrostatic Sinus Lift

Last Updated Aug 31, 2018
Manufacturer: Mr. Curette MCT

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A key addition to any sinus lift kit, the Hydro (Water) Lift system helps reduce the risk of Schneiderian membrane perforation during the sinus membrane lifting operation. The system uses the proven technique of hydrostatic sinus lift, to provide evenly distributed hydraulic pressure during sinus membrane elevation, thus ensuring the safety of the procedure. Can be used in conjunction with all popular sinus lift kits.. See research, video and specific kit components below.

Regular Price: $699.00

Special Price $499.00

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  • Clin Implant Dent Relat Res. 2012 Aug;14(4):585-94. Evaluation of the effectiveness of a water lift system in the sinus membrane-lifting operation as a sinus surgical instrument. Kim DY1, Itoh Y, Kang TH. " In this study, the Water Lift System was confirmed to effectively reduce the risk of Schneiderian membrane perforation during the sinus membrane-lifting operation. We conclude that the Water Lift System deserves to be considered as a sinus surgical instrument, which ensures safety in the sinus membrane-lifting operation."

  • Implant Dent. 2011 Dec;20(6):425-9. Controlled hydrostatic sinus elevation: a novel method of elevating the sinus membrane. Kao DW1, DeHaven HA Jr. "Maxillary sinus elevation surgery has been practiced successfully over the past several decades with good outcomes, but tears and perforations still occur in significant numbers. The presumed cause of these problems is the fact that all methods currently used place "point sources" of lifting pressure on the Schneiderian membrane. A new procedure, controlled hydrostatic sinus lift, is presented herein as a safer, more controlled "lifting pressure" which simultaneously places equal force per square millimeter of bone-membrane interface. Hydraulic pressure in a closed system places equal pressure on all surfaces within the system, thereby eliminating "point sources" of pressure and gently elevating the Schneiderian membrane equally at all points of attachment. This controlled hydrostatic sinus lift procedure is accomplished by using a calibrated, hand-controlled pump and in-line pressure sensor meter."

  • Int J Oral Maxillofac Surg. 2011 Aug;40(8):815-20. Evaluation of the capability of a new water lift system to reduce the risk of Schneiderian membrane perforation during sinus elevation. Bensaha T. This study demonstrated that maxillary sinus floor elevation using the water lift system via the crestal approach is a predictable procedure with a low complication rate, compared with the lateral approach with piezoelectric surgery.
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