Sinus Grafting

The maxillary sinuses are hollow cavities at the roof of the upper jaw bone.

Sometimes their position prevents the placement of the ideal implant without sinus grafting. Sinus grafting can be done at the time of implant placement or sometimes is needed as a separate procedure. Prior to this treatment, a CT Scan will be taken to get a three dimensional view of your jaw. This will aid in treatment planning of implant placement. Generally, a small window is made above the upper jaw which allows a bone graft to be placed into the floor of the sinus, creating the ideal site for a dental implant. Patients are made comfortable with sedation that best meets their specific situation.


“My dentist sent me to Periodontics of Greenville. He said ‘They’re the best and you need to go there.’”

Bob Inglis


1 Charis Drive
Greenville, SC 29615

310 Mills Avenue, Suite 106
Greenville, SC 29605
Tel: 864.271.4330


Please complete our patient referral form and email it to us or fax to 864.271.0196.


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