THE DENTAL CLINIC AT
THE HEART OF ÎLE-PERROT
We put at your disposal 6 general dentists for the treatment and care of DENTAL EMERGENCIES in Île-Perrot: fractured tooth, dental infection or abnormal toothache… Our team works hard to receive you quickly in order to offer you pain relief and avoid complications!
Clinic hours :
Monday 9:00 – 18:00
Tuesday 9:00 – 19:00
Wednesday 9:00 – 20:00
Thursday 13:00 – 21:00
Friday 9:00 – 15:00 *
Saturday 9:00 – 15:00 *
* Appointments only
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Sinus lifting is a surgical procedure that sometimes has to be performed so that one or more dental implants can be installed in the upper jaw.
No doubt you are wondering about the connection between the sinus and dental implants! First, it is important to know that, when a natural tooth is missing, the jaw bone resorbs over time if the tooth is not replaced. Indeed, the bone is no longer stimulated by the tooth’s root and that causes the loss of volume. The maxillary sinus, located right above the upper jaw bone, then expands to take the space left open by the bone. On some individuals who are missing some or all their teeth, there is only a small bone layer between the mouth and the sinus. Obviously, this does not constitute enough bone volume to install an implant. In this kind of situation, the dentist will need to perform a sinus lift. This procedure is intended to maximize the chances of success of future dental implants.
Our general dentists have the necessary skills in dental surgery to perform a sinus lift, safely and gently.
Here are the necessary steps to
this surgical procedure:
Preparing the graft
A small incision is made at the root of the premolars or upper molars. The dentist then cuts a small opening in the upper jaw bone. Sinus tissues are gently lifted to create enough space for the bone graft.
Performing the graft
The space created, which was previously taken by the soft tissues of the sinus, is then filled with the bone graft. In most cases, the graft comes from the client and has to be collected by a maxillofacial surgeon. In other cases, the graft can come from an external donor bank or be synthetic.
Closing the procedure site and healing
Once the bone graft is in place, the dentist covers it with a synthetic membrane to protect it from bacteria or exterior attacks. The surgical wound is finally closed. The dentist then follows up with the client to ensure that healing is normal. Medication can be prescribed to help healing and prevent pain.
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