– Understanding the changes in facial esthetics with aging. – Treatment planning concepts for the maxilla. – Algorithm of risks vs. benefits for the graftless approach. – Algorithm of risks vs. benefits for threedimensional grafting approach. – Prosthetic planning and execution for the maxilla, including materials selection. – Use of planning software (NobelClinician®) to help in decision-making process. – Presentation of decision-making algorithms for management of complications. – Plan B: Management of complications.
This presentation will discuss the critical factors necessary to provide a fixed implant supported restoration for patients with limited residual maxillary alveolus. The program focuses on the systematic treatment protocol for decision making as to grafting or to adopt the graftless approaches using the tilted or Zygoma concept. Alternative options for treatment of complications and catastrophic failures will be demonstrated. This includes the “rescue-concept’ and a “Quad-Zygoma” approach.
E. Groenendijk,KaakchirurJ. De Lange,E. Winkel,P. de Kok,Prof. Dr. G. Meijer,KaakchirurJ. Bergsma,E. Rompen,
Dr. Dr. I. Brzenska,
Dr., M.Sc.J. Kaiser,A. Reischl,
Docteur F. BONNET,ProfesseurP. MARIANI,
LE CANNET, France
Dr I. Lane,
Billingham, United Kingdom
ZA S. Scherg,
Oldham, United Kingdom
Mr J. Wibberley,
Greenfield Oldham Lancs, United Kingdom
Tdl K. Sjögren,
C. FERRI,D. BIGERNA,