Zygoma Implants.pdf

Zygoma Implants PDF

Dr. César Guerrero Barros y Dra. Adriana L. Sabogal

CONTENT Foreword Preface Chapter 1. Introduction Chapter 2. Two zygoma implants - four conventional implants Chapter 3. Four zygoma implants - two conventional implants Chapter 4. Four zygoma implants - a conventional implant Chapter 5. Four zygoma implants Chapter 6. Zygoma implants in unilateral maxillary atrophy Chapter 7. Pentagonal design - five zygoma implants Chapter 8. Mandibular zygoma implants Chapter 9. Complications References FOREWORD The extreme numbers of patients suffering from loss of important components in their oral and maxillofacial anatomy result in serious and increasing invalidity. The effects on their quality of life demands collaborating efforts to provide predictable, available and affordable rehabilitation. This book indicates opportunities ranging from advanced technology to simplified but effective possibilities. Long term follow ups indicate the importance of considering the situation of each individual patient related to the experience and capacity of the responsible doctor. Considering the future demand on simplified opportunities, it is crucial to report long term success and failure related to modified, simplified surgery as well as reliable and affordable prosthetics. To respect the facts the defects requiring anaplastologic reconstruction based on Osseointegration in combination with Osseoperception, it is a crucial responsibility to optimize the use of available biologic parts of the remaining cranio-maxillofacial skeleton. The fact that the human body is a biologic unity emphasizes the rationality of the reconstruction priority of using close by tissue for restoration of defects. This is a fundamental motivation for giving priority to the zygoma. Zygoma Implants.

The ZAGA zygomatic implant course describes our experience of more than 25 years with zygomatic implants in the rehabilitation of the extremely resorbed maxilla. The course lasts three days of intensive zygomatic implant journey. The participants acquire knowledge regarding the use of this advanced treatment in different anatomies.

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Sofi Voighua

All of the implants were embedded securely into healthy bone. A stability test was carried out following the implant placement and the implants were adequately secure to support a provisional fixed bridge on the same day of the surgery. After 4 months of healing the implants, gum tissues and bone were checked and confirmed to be healing well.

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Mattio Mazios

Zygoma dental implants or zygomatic implants are done for the edentulous upper jaw where there is severe bone resorption in the maxilla (or upper jaw) where bone condition has insufficient anchorage for prosthesis (fixed bridges or overdentures). The zygoma implant is a therapeutic option that deserves consideration in the treatment‐planting process. This paper reviews the indications for zygoma implants and the surgical and prosthetic techniques (including new developments) and also reports on the clinical outcome of the zygomatic anatomy‐guided approach.

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Noe Schulzzo

Zygomatic implants are anchored in the cheek bone which is called the “zygoma” in human anatomy textbooks. The extra-long implant is placed from inside the ... 22 Sep 2017 ... Zygomatic implants are an alternative to more traditional implants which involve drilling directly into the jawbone. Instead of doing this, the ...

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Jason Statham

Zygomatic implants are inserted into the zygoma bone (cheek bone). Zygomatic implants are used for patients with severe bone loss in the upper jaw.

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Jessica Kolhmann

In zygoma implants, the surgeon places the anchors in the cheek bone, also known as the zygoma or zygomatic bone. The zygoma is the cheekbone that sits below your eye and to the side of your nose. It is much more solid than the alveolar bone in the back part of the upper jaw. Designed specifically for patients with bone loss, Zygomatic implants are tilted and have much longer length than those used in traditional dental implants. While traditional implants are placed in the jawbone, Zygomatic dental implants are placed in the cheekbone (Zygoma) which is very dense and provides excellent support.