Membran Elevation Minimal Invasive

Memi is an innovative system for the great rise of the maxillary sinus
through the elevation minimally invasive of the membrane of Schneider,
with the use of a balloon in silicone.

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Before the Memi literature pointed
out in 5 mm the minimum thickness to proceed to
the rise of the maxillary sinus by crestal; pointing out as
only practicable technique the rise with a lateral approach.


The use of the Memi device allows to get
• An operation minimally invasive and predictable.
• Possibility to insert a plant in the same session of the intervention of rise, also in presence of 2,5 mm of bone growth.
• A course post-op similar to the common insertion of a plant by carrying out the great rise of the breast by transcrestal.


• Minimally invasive.
• Very brief times of surgical intervention.
• Elapsed post-operating favorable.
• Contained Costs.
• Reduced quantity of filler.
• Great acceptance from the patient.
• Tall percentage of success


The kit contains:
• A balloon in silicone
• A line of prolongation.
• A connector in titanium.
• 4 thicknesses (stop).


Possibility of rise three-dimensionally from 1 mm up to 18 mm with transcrestal
access, practising an osteotomy from 3,5 mm.

Insertion of a radio-opaque balloon in silicone inflated with physiological solution through an advancement device micrometer endowed with pressure gauge, that checks the good result of the manoeuvres.

An operation minimally invasive and predictable,the patient will have a course post-op similar to the common insertion of a plant.

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Production and certifications

The manufacturing firm is established to develop and to manufacture products able to satisfy
completely the needs and expectations of his own clients to furnish products and services of quality that Satisfy the client
in terms of technical characteristics and performances and never jeopardize the health and the safety of the patients and the consumers.

The firm, from 2005 certified ISO 13485:2012. through the development of
a system of management for the quality according to the ISO 13485, the manufacturers of medical devices can offer
the guarantee that hisown products are projected, built and commercialized according to the standards fixed by the same norm with the purpose to satisfy the specific requisite required by the market and by the laws of reference.

Surgical protocol – video