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In order to place dental implants to replace the upper teeth, there needs to be enough bone and space to facilitate their successful integration.
Air spaces in the upper jaw known as sinuses can sometimes limit this. As a result, surgical augmentation of the sinus may be required to enable enough bone and space to become available for successful implant placement.
This is a straight forward procedure which results in the sinus floor being gently pushed upwards.
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