Zygomatic Implant

The only implant technique used on the cheekbones is the zygomatic implant.  In order to ensure that the zygomatic implants connect to the cheekbone, their surface has been precisely contoured.

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    Who can have the zygomatic implant procedure?

    It is used on patients who cannot be treated with bone powder because they have extensive upper jaw bone resorption. Those who have worn detachable prosthesis for a long time frequently experience this. If an accident or illness leaves the upper jaw with insufficient bone, a zygomatic implant may be used.

    Standard implants are between 8 and 12 mm long, while zygomatic implants are between 30 and 50 mm long.

    How Is the Zygomatic Implant Applied?

    Zygomatic implants can only be placed by dentists who are also oral, dental, and maxillofacial surgeons since they call for significant surgical skills.

    Under general anesthesia, the zygomatic implant surgery is carried out. The treatment typically lasts two hours. Following the zygomatic implant procedure, temporary prosthesis can be fitted, and the patient can resume normal activities the same day or the following day. After three to six months, permanent prosthesis can be implanted.

    What are the Advantages of Zygomatic Implant?

    It makes it possible for those without an upper jawbone to get implants, and bone powder therapy is not required in cases of bone insufficiency.
    Everyone can get implants because of the cheekbones’ robust structure.

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