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Original price was: $4,000.00.Current price is: $3,850.00. inc GST

Dates:
Day 1 – Thursday 28th August 2025
Day 2 – Friday 29th August 2025
Day 3 – Saturday 30th August 2025

Time: 0900 – 1700 with registration from 0830

Location: Dental Artistry Academy, 1/38 Broadway Newmarket, Auckland

Lecturer: Dr Sheng Zhang

Course Fee: $4000 inc GST – Earlybird $3850 inc GST (registered and paid prior to 31/05/2025)

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2025-08-28/29/30 – The Complete Maxillary Sinus Lift Course

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Dates:
Day 1 – Thursday 28th August 2025
Day 2 – Friday 29th August 2025
Day 3 – Saturday 30th August 2025

Time: 0900 – 1700 with registration from 0830

Location: Dental Artistry Academy, 1/38 Broadway Newmarket, Auckland

Lecturer: Dr Sheng Zhang

Course Fee: $4000 inc GST – Earlybird $3850 inc GST (registered and paid prior to 31/05/2025)

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Overview:

This course is designed for those who have experience in surgical implant placement and would like to expand their knowledge and skills to allow for the management of more complex cases requiring maxillary sinus lift procedures. One third of all teeth lie under or are positioned adjacent to the maxillary sinus. Its mastery is essential for the implant surgeon to provide the broad spectrum of dental implant procedures for their patients. The program is a combination of lectures, hands on workshops and live surgeries so clinicians leave the course confident to provide sinus lift procedures immediately.

This unique course will cover all aspects of patient assessment and most importantly the decision tree for the various sinus lift procedures available today. The first two days focus on the principles of maxillary sinus lifts and will cover future site development at the time of extraction (Jensen & Block Techniques) as well as the various transalveolar sinus lift procedures. These procedures include Summers Osteotome, Cosci reamers, Hydrodynamic piezoelectric internal sinus elevation (HPISE), hydraulic elevation and Osseodensification using Densah® bur techniques.

Mastery of these skills will allow the clinician to manage the majority of cases requiring maxillary sinus lifts.

The optional third day is for those wishing to understand and embark on lateral sinus floor elevation techniques. Classic window techniques using complete osteoplasty, hinged/trap door and piezoelectric saw techniques will be covered however a focus on minimally invasive surgeries to prepare single sites will be the focus of the third day using the PIEZO and DASK systems.

The course importantly covers all facets of complication management with a guest lecture by an ENT

Day 1 – Thursday 28th August 2025

  • Principles of maxillary sinus lift elevation
  • Site assessment and sinus evaluation
  • Decision making process for maxillary sinus lift approaches
  • Biomaterials in the sinus lift procedure
  • Future site development under the sinus (Jensen/Block sinus development techniques)
  • Transalveolar sinus lift procedures including
    • Summers Osteotome
    • Cosci bone reamers
    • Hydrodynamic piezoelectric internal sinus elevation (HPISE)
    • Osseodensification using Densah® drills

Day 2 – Friday 29th August 2025

  • Complications management associated with and following transalveolar sinus lifts
  • Workshop: Hands-on workshop using various techniques taught on day 1 on maxillary sinus models
  • Guest lecture by ENT
  • Live surgeries: Transalveolar sinus lift procedure

Day 3 – Saturday 30th August 2025

  • Site assessment and surgical approach for lateral sinus floor elevation procedures
  • Complication management associated and following lateral sinus lifts
  • Modern minimally invasive lateral sinus lift procedures
    • The DASK technique
    • Piezoelectric lateral window techniques
  • Workshop: Egg exercise and hands-on workshop on maxillary sinus models
  • Live surgeries: Lateral sinus lift procedure

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