The atrophic edentulous maxilla represents a challenge when clinicians are planning implant-supported prosthetic rehabilitation. For the last 30 years, surgeons have been compensating for the lack of bone volume with bone grafting and sinus lift treatments. But there is an alternative. By anchoring in the zygomatic bone, the NobelZygoma implant system can enable an immediate loading protocol. This dramatically shortens time-to-teeth for increased patient satisfaction and allows patients suffering from severe maxillary bone loss to return to a normal quality of life.1
These courses are designed for maxillofacial surgeons and experienced clinicians already proficient in rehabilitating the edentulous maxilla with dental implants and want to gain understanding and experience in how zygomatic implants can:
Minimize the need for more intensive surgery
Reduce the need for bone grafting
Provide a full-arch restoration in lesser time compared with grafting
Core course topics include:
Basic principles of zygomatic implants
Gain the skills to perform zygomatic implant placement and implement this treatment alternative in your practice.