The Sinus All Kit is a 3-in-1 kit.

Not only can it be uses for Crestal and Lateral Sinus Lifts but it can also be used to place implants.


Kit 1: Sinus Crestal Approach System

Surgical Drill 

– Five types: Ø2.2 / Ø2.8 / Ø3.2 / Ø3.7 / Ø4.0
– Ensure safe drilling by attaching a stopper
– Drill to leave 1mm of remaining maxillary sinus bone.


– Four types: Ø2.8 / Ø3.2 / Ø3.6 / Ø3.9
– Ensure safe drilling by attaching a stopper

Rotary elevator

– This tool is used to initially remove the mesial and distal membranes immediately after a hole is drilled.
– This tool is used to push the bone into the interior or/and the sides of the sinus after the bone is inserted into the hole.


– Twelve types: from 1 to 12mm
– Can be attached to a Drill, S-Reamer, Depth gauge, Bone Condenser, etc.
– The various stoppers have different colors to prevent confusion.
– When a stopper is attached to a drill, the drill becomes 0.2 mm longer.

Depth gauge

– Tip sizes: Ø2.6 and Ø3.1
– This tool is used to measure the thickness of the remaining bone.
– The depth can be safely verified when a stopper is attached.

Bone carrier

– This tool is used to insert the bone inside the sinus hole.
– Volume inserted per use: 0.05 cc

Bone condenser

Aqua system

– Detach the sinus membrane with water using a 3 cc syringe; the size of the detachment can be adjusted.

Drill Handle

 – Allows the manual usage of many tools such as drills or rotary elevator instead of using contra-angle.

Kit 2: Sinus Lateral Approach System


– This tool forms a thin bone disk between the reamer and the membrane during lateral approach and penetrates the lateral wall.
– There is a single size—Ø6.5. This tool can be used to drill safely by connecting a Lateral Stopper.

C-Guide & C-Reamer

– The C-Guide is a guide drill used to prevent slippage and to locate the position accurately before using the C-Reamer.

Sinus Elevator

– This tool is used to initially remove the mesial and the distal membranes immediately after formation of the hole.

Side cutter

– This tool is used laterally to widen a hole formed using the LS-Reamer or the C-Reamer.
– One size: Ø3.0

Lateral stopper

 – Four sizes: 1 to 4 mm

 – Use after connecting to the LS-Reamer, C-Reamer, Side Cutter, or other components.
– When a stopper is connected to the LSReamer or the C-Reamer, the length will increase by 0.7 mm.
– When a stopper is attached to the Side Cutter, the length will increase by 1.5 mm.

 Kit 3: Implant Placement System

Fixture driver

 – This tool is used to implant the fixture
– It includes two types of ratchets and one type of contra angle.

Hex driver

– This tool is used to connect the cover screw, healing abutment, abutment screw, and other components to the implant.

Torque wrench

– This tool is used by connecting to a type of ratchet when implanting or applying torque to an implant.


Advanced Lateral Approach

The LS Reamer, C Reamer with a stopper make for a safer lateral window opening. The Side Cutter helps to enlarge the Lateral hole for an easy sinus elevation.

Aqua lift system

The Aqua lift system makes for an easier sinus membrane elevation. 

Sinus Crestal Approach


1. Initial Drill

– Mark a position and drill to the front of the inferior cortical wall (‘D’).
– Stopper: Depth (‘D’).
– Speed: 1,200 rpm

 2. S-Reamer

– Drill the inferior cortical wall and lift the sinus membrane about 1mm.
– Stopper: Same length as depth
– Speed: 1,200 rpm

 3. S-Reamer

– If you don’t feel the perforation of the inferior cortical wall in step 2 change stopper to depth + 1mm.
– Stopper: Depth + 1mm
– Speed: 1,200 rpm

 4. Depth Gauge

– Check the inferior wall’s perforation by inserting the end of the depth gauge until the sinus wall is reached.
– Stopper: Depth + 1mm

 5. Bone Carrier
– Fill the carrier and insert the bone graft (0.05cc)

 6. Bone Condenser

– Push bone graft into the sinus
– Stopper: Depth length

 7. Bone Inserter

– Push bone inside by turning bone inserter slowly.
– Stopper: Depth – 1mm
– Speed: 80 rpm

 8. Bone Spreader

– Use the bone spreader after inserting bone twice to spread the bone laterally in the sinus area. (0.1cc)

Sinus Lateral Approach



1. Open the flap

2. Approaching membrane (LS reamer) / Approaching membrane (C reamer)

▼ LS reamer


▼ C reamer


3. Elevation membrane (Elevator 1,2,3)

4. Bone Grafting


5. Implant placement




6. Suture


7. Bone Regeneration Process