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Zygomatic Dental Implants

In order to qualify you must meet the following criteria:

Must be able to follow up at 2 months, 4 months, and 6 months after surgery of permanent teeth placement

Have a dependable means of transportation

Missing most or all teeth in your top jaw for many years (individuals that wear a complete upper denture preferred) 

No medical history of a stroke or actively taking blood thinners

Schedule a free consultation to have a 3D X-ray

No history of a sinus infection within the past 3-6 months

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Zygomatic Dental Implants

not enough bone for dental implants?
Zygomatic Implants may be your solution!

Thanks to modern advancements in the field of zygomatic dental implants, patients who have been told they are not candidates for conventional dental implants, or must settle for a denture, can now be successfully treated with zygomatic dental implants. 

What are zygomatic dental implants?

Designed specifically for patients with bone loss, zygomatic implants are tilted and much longer than those used in traditional dental implant procedures. While traditional implants are placed in the jawbone, surgeons utilize the zygomatic implant’s length to securely place them in the patient’s cheekbone (zygoma). The zygoma is a very dense bone and provides excellent support for the lifetime of the patient.


Why consider zygomatic dental implant surgery?

If you would like dental implants but have been told that you are not a candidate due to X-rays showing lack of supporting bone in your upper jaw, you should consider zygomatic implants as an option. For those who previously could not enjoy the benefits of dental implants, the result is a new set of functional, lasting teeth that can vastly improve your health and happiness.

Do Patients with Bone Loss Need Bone Grafting?

Before zygomatic dental implant options were available, patients with bone loss would undergo a bone grafting process which commonly took six months to a year before implants could even be placed. This treatment also had a high failure rate. With the zygomatic implant placement, we are able to provide patients with a full set of permanent top teeth in one day with no  bone grafting.

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