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This hands-on interactive workshop is designed for the non-surgical clinician. It is a combination of lecture material, hand-outs, videos of selected procedures and hands-on model surgery. The value of the techniques discussed is that it is accomplished with limited incision and mucoperiosteal flap reflection. The membrane is elevated to the medial wall of the sinus without sharp dissection around roots of adjacent teeth. With this procedure, there is reduced morbidity, blood loss, operative time, post operative pain and complications.     

sharp dissection around roots of adjacent teeth.


You will learn about

  • How to diagnose the patient for this procedure
  • Interpret CT-scans
  • Place implants into graft site
  • Perform crestal and lateral window techniques
  • Repair sinus membrane perforation
  • Handling complications
  • Use of concentrated growth factors to aid bone graft (PRF, CGF, AFG)
  • Autogenous membranes prepared from concentrated growth factors
  • SLA Technique to prepare lateral wall osteotomy

Apr. 18, 2021 Practical Sinus Elevation

  • Dr. Yang Heon Kim, D.D.S.  / COURSE DIRECTOR

    •  Andrews University, (MSA) 

    •  Master of Science Administration, 1994 

        Loma Linda University, School of Dentistry, D.D.S. 2001

    •  Licenses: California (Active)

    •  The Art of Smiles Dental Group in Fontana,

       Adjunctive Assistant professor in clinic,

       Loma Linda University School of Dentistry, 


    •  A+ implant institute clinical Instructor

        - live surgery at Vietnam 

    •  Implant surgery center in Vietnam chief Director

       for Implant surgery and Lecture in abroad. 

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