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The reduced thickness of the alveolar process, in cases of moderate upper jaw atrophy, creates an anatomical limiting factor to implant placement.
Crestal Maxillary Sinus Floor Elevation (RPSMVC) is now a predictable technique in use, now entering the routine of clinical practice and an indispensable tool in the implantologist’s practical baggage.
Over the years, an ever-increasing number of new methods and procedures have emerged among which it is necessary for the clinician to navigate in order to be able to apply them in different operative situations.
The course aims to enable all participants to handle RPSMVC cases independently.

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