Zygomatic Dental Implants
NOT ENOUGH BONE FOR DENTAL IMPLANTS? YOU MAY NEED ZYGOMATIC DENTAL IMPLANTS.
If you’ve been told you don’t have enough bone for dental implant surgery, New Teeth Now can help. Thanks to modern research leading to advancement of the Zygomatic dental implants, patients who have been told they are not candidates for conventional dental implants, or must resort to dentures, can be treated successfully by the surgeons at New Teeth Now. Very few surgeons in the world are skilled at the placement of Zygomatic implants, but the surgeons at New Teeth now regularly provide them to patients with bone loss.
What Are Zygomatic Dental Implants?
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. This technique’s placement location in the Zygoma ensures a secure foundation to support teeth when older technology and traditional dental implants do not work due to bone loss.
Will Patients With Bone Loss Need Bone Grafts?
Traditionally patients with bone loss would need bone grafting which can add 6 months to a year to their treatment and has a high failure rate. But with the Zygomatic implant procedure, the board-certified surgeons at New Teeth Now routinely and successfully provide patients with full mouth restorations in one day with no bone grafting. There are very few surgeons in the world who regularly perform the Zygomatic dental implant procedure and two of those surgeons are at New Teeth Now.
The 3 Parts
- The Implant: The Implant is the titanium, screw-like element embedded below the gum line that naturally fuses with the bone through a process known as osseointegration. Zygomatic implants are embedded and fused with the cheekbone (zygoma).
- The Abutment: Abutments are the connecting pieces that fasten the arch to the implant. With Zygomatic implants, abutments are sometimes angled to connect the slanting implant with the prosthesis.
- The Arch: Also known as “prosthesis,” the arch looks and functions like real teeth. Zirconia arches are designed for outstanding durability and strength and are expected to last a lifetime when properly cared for.
Why Consider Zygomatic Dental Implant Surgery?
So if you would like dental implants but think you are not a candidate due to jaw Xrays showing lack of supporting bone, then you should consider Zygomatic dental implants. From restoring smiles to improvements in chewing and speaking, the end result is a new set of teeth for a person who up until the Zygomatic implant technology, could not enjoy the benefits of dental implants. But now, thanks to the this approach, you can get a new smile with a full set of beautiful and functional custom teeth all in one day at New Teeth Now.
Want Zygomatic Implants?
If you would like more information on cost, procedure, or would like to schedule a consultation, please call us Monday-Thursday from 8am-5pm, and Friday from 8am-3pm at 1-800-617-2176. Otherwise, you’re welcome to reach out to us by completing the form below and we’ll reply as soon as possible.
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