Sinus Kits


The Crestal Approach Kit (CAS-KIT) is specifically designed to easily and safely lift the membrane in the maxilliary sinus from a crestal aproach

Why CAS (Crestal Approach Sinus) Kit?


Conical shape bone carrier makes bone grafting easy


Safe inverse-conical drill tip enables smooth approach to sinus membrane without membrane damage


Hydraulic lifter separates the membrane safely and wide using water pressure

What makes the CAS (Crestal Approach Sinus) Kit so special

Prevents Perforation of Maxillary Sinus Membrane

  Prevents perforation of sinus membrane and gets rid of patient pain by using round shaped drill without malletting

  Inverse-conical drill tip is designed to safely form a conical bone line at the sinus floor, elevating the sinus membrane. It features four blades that shift bone particles toward the drill tip fo rsafe sinus elevation.

Safely lifts membranes with hydraulic pressure

  Lifts maxillary sinus membrane widely via hydraulic pressure

  The unique design of the membrane lifter tip seals the osteotomy completely to maximize saline pressure and lift the membrane safely

  Drilling prepares the sinus membrane for the hydraulic lift system, which applies hydraulic pressure to the cavaity and separates the membrane from the sinus floor

Applicable in Various Cases

  Maximizing drilling power (with distinguishing drill design and excellent manufacturing technology) which skips intermediate drilling and provides smooth and fast drilling result

  The CAS dental drill system comes with a stopper system that allows for precise osteotomy depth control, preventing over drilling with stoppers of 11 different lengths. These stoppers can help prevent any damage to the soft tissue

Provides safer bone grafting and prevents secondary infection

  Funnel Shaped bone carrier minimizes the risk of secondary infection from foreign substances

  Able to inject 0.15cc of bone graft material at a time which leads to faster bone grafting

Collection of Autogeneous Bone

  Augogenous bone is collected as bone chips are formed between the cutting blades