Jeder-System Invented by a dentist for dentists.

  • Without incisions and sutures, the pain burden is no higher than with a normal implant
  • The only system with computer-aided operation monitoring
  • Safe and controlled initial entry through hydraulic pressure – no osteotome
  • Gentle lifting of the maxillary sinus mucosa
  • Simple, measurable and time and cost saving to use


The CE-certified Everyone system consists of the Everyone milling machine and the Everyone pump as well as the hose set connecting them.

The Each milling machine is the actual working tool, the Each pump generates pressure and vibration and is also used for ongoing pressure and volume measurement.

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Controlled first entry

  • Blind bore to just below the bone boundary and pressure-tight connection of each milling cutter
  • Build-up of pressure (~ 1.5 bar) and oscillation with the help of NaCl solution
  • Slow hike milling cutter towards the floor of the maxillary sinus
  • In the case of the smallest perforation (“punctiform”) residual bone, reliable pushing away of the mucous membrane from the cutter with NaCl solution

Gentle lifting

  • After the “breakthrough” of residual bones, the mucous membrane of the bones is raised further by a vibrating NaCl solution
  • This creates space for bone substitute material
  • Withdrawal of NaCl solution with each pump and introduction of bone substitute material

Monitoring / Documentation

  • Ongoing pressure and volume measurement by each pump (display)
  • Pressure drop on display indicates first entry into sinus
  • Additionally electronic data recording for documentation

Das Jeder-System Has proven itself many times

Clinical ideal

The selected sinus positions had an average remaining bone height of 3.3 ± 1.4 mm preoperatively.

Klinischer Idealfall

Postoperatively, there is a 3-fold bone structure with an average height of 14 mm.

The entire procedure is quantitatively documented with the help of each pump

Computer-aided operation monitoring

  1. At the beginning, 0.2 ml of solution is introduced. After 5 seconds, another 0.2 ml is introduced.
  2. This leads to a pressure build-up to a maximum value of ~ 1,000 mmHg.
  3. After 15 seconds a clear pressure drop can be seen (successful first entry).
  4. Thereafter, further introduction of solution only leads to a slight increase in pressure.
  5. After 65 seconds, the solution is withdrawn, causing negative pressure in the system.