Over a decade of MIAMBE clinical research
11 publications, 296 patients

MIAMBE has been comprehensively researched and documented. Since 2005, 11 clinical articles were published, documenting the results of 296 cases.
The first clinical feasibility trial was published in 2006 with 24 patients. 95.8% of the patients completed the initial procedure successfully. In 2007, a procedure report documented 36 procedures. 100% were completed successfully and implant survival rate after 6-8 month was 97%.
A comprehensive multi-center registry was published in 2009, with 112 patients enrolled. Primary procedural success was achieved on 109 patients (97.3%) and secondary success was achieved on all patients. Implant survival after 6 months was 95%. Safety results were also very good. Procedure time and ease were also monitored.
All these trials and case studies lead to the conclusion that MIAMBE balloon sinus lift is safe and a valid, minimally invasive alternative to other methods of maxillary bone augmentation.

Case Studies

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MIAMBE Demonstration

Demonstration of MIAMBE

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Implants in one day

Implants in one day

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Nasal septa case

Nasal septa case

Articles and Research

The MAIMBE technique for minimally invasive, safe sinus floor augmentation has been comprehensively researched. We invite you to read our published clinical articles.

Published Articles

1Flapless approach to maxillary sinus augmentation with MIAMBE

The 20 patient case series demonstrates MIAMBE procedure feasibility and safety.

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2MIAMBE for single-tooth implant placement

Two cases in which minimal invasive antral membrane balloon elevation was performed for single-tooth replacement are presented.

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3Minimally invasive Sub-Nasal Elevation

We present 2 representative cases in which minimally invasive sub-nasal floor elevation was performed along with MIAMBE.

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4MIAMBE to Treat Previous Sinus Augmentation Failure

This case report demonstrates the feasibility and safety of MIAMBE in a patient who had previous sinus augmentation failure done by a lateral approach.

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5MIAMBE in the presence of antral septa

We present the results of 26 consecutive cases of patients with septated maxillary sinus who underwent the MIAMBE procedure followed by bone augmentation and implant fixation.

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6MIAMBE results of a multicenter registry

If you are a periodontist or a dentist who performs implant insertions, we invite you to attend the upcoming MIAMBE training.

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7MIAMBE report of 36 procedures

All 36 patients successfully concluded the procedure with no significant procedural complications or discomfort. Implant survival after 6-8 months was 97%.

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8Minimally invasive guided bone regeneration

The objective of this trial is to describe a new minimally invasive GBR and report its clinical application. 11 patients. Vertical and Horizontal gains were measured.

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9MIAMBE for Immediate bone augmentation after infected tooth extraction

The objective of this research is to assess the feasibility of immediate bone augmentation (IBA) after purulent tooth extraction, employing a dedicated titanium membrane.

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10MIAMBE followed by maxillary bone augmentation and implant fixation

We conclude that the protocol of MIAMBE results in an excellent success rate, low complication rate, minimal discomfort, and long-term safety and durability.

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11Sinus membrane pathology and MIAMBE

Sinus augmentation using the MIAMBE technique can be performed safely in asymptomatic patients. Post MIAMBE, complete resolution of the membrane pathology is observed in many cases.

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  • Anabalón Quiroz, Marco and Vargas, Jorge
    A localized maxillary sinus floor lift was conducted using MIAMBE, through a trans-alveolar approach. With different filling materials. The ability to quantify the fluid added to the silicone balloon, permits absolute control in the process of elevation of the Schneiderian membrane. There is a direct relation between the quantity of fluid injected into the balloon and the height that sinus membrane is lifted to. Long-term results show that the implants that were installed during these procedures are firmly attached.
    Anabalón Quiroz, Marco and Vargas, Jorge
    Research work report
  •  Dr. Paul Shephard
    A combined surgery was performed at Wilhelmina hospital in Assen, Germany by myself together with Dr. Lodewijk Gründemann (MSc Periodontology), Dr. KoosTimmenga ( Maxillo-Facial surgeon) and Dr. Rannyvan Weissenbach (ENT surgeon). Besides an endoscopic concha correction, we also conducted a minimal invasive sinus elevation with MIAMBE. The sinus floor was successfully perforated 4x (without a rupture of the Schneiderian membrane).During drilling with the MIAMBE burs at least 1.5 mm lift of the membrane was observed. During membrane release with the MIAMBe curette, a clear lift of the membrane was noticed. The sudden unfolding of the balloon was well received by the membrane; without an increase of the volume at that moment an ongoing release of the membrane was observed during 10-30 seconds. Due to the distance between the oeteotomies (7-8mm) the membrane lifts fused together.
    Dr. Paul Shephard
    Distributor

MIAMBE certification is just one click away

Any dentist who performs implants can get MIAMBE certified. Dental implant market is growing at an exponential rate and you do not want to miss out on this opportunity for growing your practice.

Comprehensive clinical research and case studies recorded over many years have proven that MIAMBE is a minimally invasive, safe sinus lift technique. You want to offer your patients the best - include MAIMBE in your offering. It easy, after just a short training and practice you can be MIAMBE certified.

Order a MIAMBE Trail Kit

MIAMBE is directly ordered from company headquarters. To order your MIAMBE trial kit now, click on the button below. We invite you to learn more about MIAMBE by taking a look at our clinical brochure and specification sheet.

MIAMBE certification is just one click away

Any dentist who performs implants can get MIAMBE certified. Dental implant market is growing at an exponential rate and you do not want to miss out on this opportunity for growing your practice.

Comprehensive clinical research and case studies recorded over many years have proven that MIAMBE is a minimally invasive, safe sinus lift technique. You want to offer your patients the best - include MAIMBE in your offering. It easy, after just a short training and practice you can be MIAMBE certified.

Order a MIAMBE Trail Kit

MIAMBE is directly ordered from company headquarters. To order your MIAMBE trial kit now, click on the button below. We invite you to learn more about MIAMBE by taking a look at our clinical brochure and specification sheet.

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