Over time, missing teeth will cause bone loss. This condition can prevent you from qualifying for dental implants.
By performing a sinus lift, Dr. Gregory E. Anderson can increase bone density in the upper jaw and improve your eligibility for implants.
Learn how sinus augmentation at our Logan and Garland, UT, offices can help you experience the benefits of dental implants...
Your Comfort Is a Priority
While sinus augmentation is safe, we understand why individuals may feel uneasy about oral surgery. We offer different sedation options to help you achieve a relaxed state, including nitrous oxide, oral sedatives, and IV sedation.
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Thank you to Dr. Anderson and his fantastic nurse Callie, and all of his staff who were able to squeeze me in on a very busy day. Dr. Anderson is so kind, professional, and amazing at what he does. He had my tooth out, and stitched up in minutes! Thank you so much!View On Google
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Why Choose Dr. Anderson for Your Sinus Lift
Board-Certified Oral SurgeonDr. Anderson is board certified in oral and maxillofacial surgery. This distinction is a testament to his advanced training in oral surgery techniques. Dr. Anderson is committed to all of his patients and strives to ensure their safety and long-term health.
Over 25 Years of Experience as an Oral SurgeonDr. Anderson has practiced oral surgery since 1994. Prior to entering practice, Dr. Anderson completed a four-year residency in oral and maxillofacial surgery at the Chandler Medical Center in Lexington, KY, in association with the University of Kentucky.
Accessibility for Patients with DisabilitiesMaking oral surgery accessible to all people is important to us. Both of Dr. Anderson's offices have accommodations for individuals with physical disabilities. We will make sure that you can visit our office and receive the care you need without inconvenience.
Modern Equipment and TechniquesThanks to state-of-the-art tools, Dr. Anderson can safely and precisely perform a sinus lift. Digital x-rays and surgical guides will help us assess the sinus tissue and bone structure of the upper jaw. We'll develop a custom treatment plan based on the 3-D imaging.
Contact Our Board-Certified Oral Surgeon for a Sinus Lift Evaluation
If you've suffered from bone loss after losing your upper molars or premolars, a sinus lift can help you qualify for dental implants. As a board-certified oral surgeon, Dr. Anderson has helped countless patients in Logan and Garland, UT, experience restored bone density, allowing the implant process to be successful.
Dr. Anderson is a proud member of the following oral surgery organizations:
- The Utah Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons
- The American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons
To learn more about the sinus lift procedure, contact our practice online or schedule a consultation at our office by calling:
How Much Does a Sinus Lift Cost? Payment & Financing Information
Average Cost of Surgery
On average, a sinus lift costs approximately $609. Dr. Anderson works to keep surgical fees down, often 20 to 25 percent lower than other oral surgeons in this part of Utah. Keep in mind that each individual is different, and some sinus lifts may involve additional costs. During your consultation with Dr. Anderson, you'll receive a price breakdown of the procedure based on your needs.
Financing and Payment Options
Dr. Anderson makes sinus lifts affordable to those who need it. Our practice accepts Medicaid as well as most types of insurance. We can assist with filing claims and providing documentation. Our practice also accepts CareCredit®, which breaks the total cost of a sinus lift into affordable installments. In-house financing plans are also available, putting a healthy smile within reach.
The Sinus Lift Procedure A Step-by-Step Look
We offer different sedation options to help you achieve a relaxed state.
A Patient Shares Her Story
"Dr. Anderson has helped me to be able to function when my mouth has been in so much pain. I had two implants that could not heal. My entire mouth was sore tender and not working from previous dentist work. Dr. Anderson solved the problems with the implants and helped me to once again be able eat and have a normal life. Thank you to you and your staff." Mary Kay W
Take a closer look at the procedure...
How Long Is the Sinus Lift Recovery?
Healing from a sinus lift takes anywhere from four months to a year. This months-long recovery process gives the graft sufficient time to integrate with the existing bone structure of your upper jaw.
As you heal, you'll have periodic follow-up visits with Dr. Anderson at his Logan, UT, or Garland, UT, offices. Be sure to follow all post-op instructions closely to relieve your side effects and prevent infection. Feel free to contact the practice if you have any questions or if any urgent issues arise.
Once the graft is fully healed, it will be ready to anchor a dental implant in place. Placing the implant will require another oral surgery and several more months of recovery.