Immediate implant placement in the resorbed maxilla
Case courtesy of Dr. Rubén Davó, Spain
Situation: Severely resorbed maxilla with failing dentition
Solution: Immediately loaded full-arch rehabilitation using NobelZygoma 45° implants.
The implant for severe resorption in maxillary bone
Discover NobelZygoma, the ideal implant system for an immediate loading protocol with graftless treatment that also offers a broad choice of temporary prosthetic options. This dramatically shortens time-to-teeth for increased patient satisfaction.
Now you can choose from an extended
range of implant lengths. The surgical
and prosthetic components remain the
same as for the Brånemark System Zygoma.
Benefit from a straight implant head and a mount-free insertion, allowing greater flexibility during implant placement. Enjoy prosthetic versatility with the new 45° and 60° Multi-unit Abutments as well as compatibility with Brånemark System prosthetic components.
Zygomatic implants not only avoid complex bone-grafting procedures, they also show remarkable survival rates. A long-term study shows an average implant CSR of 95.12% after 10 years.1
Plan NobelZygoma implant placement with NobelClinician and benefit from enhanced diagnostics, treatment planning, team collaboration and patient communication in one comprehensive application.
With NobelZygoma 0° you can enjoy prosthetic versatility with the new 45° and 60° Multi-unit Abutments as well as compatibility with Brånemark System prosthetic components.
For NobelZygoma 45°, prosthetic components remain the same as for the Brånemark System Zygoma.
Zygomatic implants also show remarkable survival rates. A long-term study shows an average implant CSR of 95.12% after 10 years.1
Andrew Dawood, UK (01:30 min)
“The design features of the new NobelZygoma implant allow me to offer even better treatment solutions to my patients in a more effective way: the new apex shape gives me enhanced bicortical anchorage in zygomatic bone without spinning, and the non-threaded coronal part allows me to use the extra-maxilla technique thus optimizing the prosthetic outcome”.
“I was fortunate to be given the opportunity to try out Nobel Biocare's new NobelZygoma implants. Based on my experiences so far, I would have to say that the design of the implant provided me with a greater surgical flexibility and, I am able to achieve high primary stability with the tapered apex design. Overall I am extremely satisfied with the new comprehensive NobelZygoma portfolio, because it gives us more options to adapt the position of the implant to the different anatomical circumstances of the patients”.
1 Aparicio, C., Manresa, C., Francisco, K., Ouazzani, W., Claros, P. and Potau, J. M. (2014). The Long-Term Use of Zygomatic Implants:A 10-Year Clinical and Radiographic Report, Clin Implant Dent Relat Res, 16, 3, Oct 18, 447–459
2 Glauser R, Portmann M, Ruhstaller P, Lundgren AK, Hämmerle CH, Gottlow J. Stability measurements of immediately loaded machined and oxidized implants in the posterior maxilla. A comparative clinical study using resonance frequency analysis. Applied Osseointegration Research 2001; 2:27-9