Zygomatic Dental Implants



Indications for Zygomatic Implants

Are you noticing changes in your facial structure, such as sinking cheeks or lips? Do you find your dentures becoming loose, or are you relying on adhesives for stabilization? Perhaps you’re considering facial surgery to address signs of aging? These could be indicators that Zygomatic Implants might be suitable for you.

Indication of Zygomatic Implants
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Advantages of Zygomatic Implants

Zygomatic Implants offer a solution for those who may not be candidates for traditional implants. These implants are anchored in the zygoma bone, eliminating the need for bone grafting and significantly reducing the integration period. This means you can return to full dental function and enjoy your favorite foods much sooner than with conventional implants or the All-on-4 procedure.

Choosing the Right Specialist for Zygomatic Implants

Implantology doesn’t mandate additional training or licensing, placing the onus on patients to ensure their chosen provider has a verifiable track record of successful Zygomatic Implant placements. Given the specialized nature of Zygomatic Implants, selecting a surgeon with extensive and consistent success in this area is crucial for the long-term viability of the implants.

Zygomatic Implant Specialist
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Zygomatic implants offer a robust alternative to traditional dental implants, especially for those with jaw deterioration where conventional implants are not viable. These longer implants are secured in the upper jawbone near the dense zygoma bone, providing a stable base for dental restoration, even when traditional methods are not an option, allowing for dental rehabilitation advancements.

Advantages of Zygomatic Implants for Severe Maxillary Bone Atrophy

Zygomatic implants have emerged as the preferred option for patients with significant maxillary bone resorption. In the absence of these specialized implants, such individuals would typically need extensive bone grafting to create sufficient bone density for standard implant placement. The use of zygomatic implants circumvents the need for these grafting procedures, thereby reducing the overall treatment duration. Patients benefit from immediate post-surgical enhancements in both dental functionality and aesthetic appearance.

Maxillary Bone Atrophy
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