NobelZygoma, the implant system of choice for immediate loading in cases of severe maxillary resorption. It also offers a broad choice of temporary prosthetic options, dramatically decreasing time-to-teeth.
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.
We’ve been having nothing but great experiences with these new implants. The NobelZygoma implant basically has three major characteristics:
- The apex, which is tapered for high primary stability and very important for immediate load;
- The body of the implant, which is very kind to soft tissue; and
- The head of the implant, which now comes both in 45 degree and zero-degree versions—the latter of which makes it possible for us to place the implant deeper, and therefore reach a more buccal position.
This is a great improvement in terms of prosthetic flexibility and has completely changed the way we now do prostheses in the zygoma.