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Case Report Open Access
Background: Maxillary sinus elevation is a procedure done to increase the subantral vertical bony dimension to aid implant placement. A common complication arising from this is the perforation of the sinus (Schneiderian) membrane. Purpose: This case report aims to introduce a novel and predictable way of elevating the Schneiderian membrane. Method: The clinical use of the Lateral Window Fenestrated Corticotomy (LFC) technique is illustrated in this case report. Interpretation: It reduces the clinical chance of a membrane perforation and reduces procedural time without need for any additional equipment.
Maxillary sinus elevation, Sinus lift, Maxillary sinus elevation, Sinus lift, Augmentation, Perforation