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Figure 12: The HPISE technique for sinus augmentation. (a) HPISE insert, SO28i was invented by Dr. Sohn. (b) The HPISE insert that produces the jet of water ready to begin the elevation of the Schneider membrane. (c) This photograph shows the sinus augmentation procedure and the flow of water coming out through the other osteotomy, which means that the sinus membrane is not perforated

Figure 12: The HPISE technique for sinus augmentation. (a) HPISE insert, SO28i was invented by Dr. Sohn. (b) The HPISE insert that produces the jet of water ready to begin the elevation of the Schneider membrane. (c) This photograph shows the sinus augmentation procedure and the flow of water coming out through the other osteotomy, which means that the sinus membrane is not perforated