Minimally Invasive Implant Treatment

Minimally Invasive Implant Placement
with Bone Graft

In the case of bone graft case(maxillary sinus), the operator can directly grasp the maxillary sinus membrane and adjust it so that the maxillary sinus membrane can be elevated in the desired direction and the implant can be placed after bone transplantation in the maxillary sinus.

Comparison of implant treatment methods

Conventional Implant Treatment

  • Step 1 _
    Bone exposure after gingival incision
  • Step 2 _
    Cutting the bone on the side of the maxillary sinus
  • Step 3 _
    Maxillary sinus membrane elevation
  • Step 4 _
    Bone graft in the maxillary sinus
  • Step 5 _
  • Step 6 _ 2stage surgery(incision&suture)
    and body preparation
  • Step 7 _
    3 stage surgery (incision&suture)

AMII Minimally Invasive Implant Treatment

  • Step 1 _
    Body preparation
  • Step 2 _
    Bone graft
  • Step 3 _
    Placement of MagiCore

Conventional Implant Treatment

As the amount of bone removal increases due to the 2 stage surgery, bone damage, pain and swelling are large.

First surgery (Bone grafting in maxillary sinus)

Second surgery (Healing abutment connection after bone healing)

Third surgery (Healing abutment connection after bone healing)

AMII Minimally Invasive Implant Treatment

pain and swelling can be minimized and quick return to daily life is possible.

Single surgery