When you have a severe bone loss or detriment in or maxillary bone (zygoma), then the zygomatic implants are a good solution.
When you lose a tooth (or several), then the bone in a natural way begins to shrink. Sometimes, the bone recedes considerably, in those cases, there are dental implants that can be placed in your upper jaw.
The Zygomatic Implants For Bone Loss
In some cases, a bone graft is not an option and zygomatic dental implants are the answer that will provide a grip from your zygoma bone.
Zygomatic dental implants work with narrow or thin bone patients.
What are Zygomatic Implants?
A zygomatic dental implant is a titanium screw that is set into your zygoma maxilla.
They are set in the upper jaw when there is not enough bone to support common dental implants. Zygomatic Implants bring a strong grip and support to support a hybrid bridge that can be loaded on it.
The zygoma implants can help you get the strong foundation you need for the All On 4.
People with large amounts of bone loss can greatly enjoy te benefits of Zygomatic Implants. These implants are set when ordinary implants cannot be used on their own maxilla to support a fixed bridge.
Bone loss is a natural phenomenon that happens when a tooth is missing or extracted. Over time, the bone will start to shrink, and in some severe cases, dental implants will not support the pressure over that implant bridge.
The zygomatic implants are longer than the regular tooth implants. They anchor or grip to the bone that forms our cheekbone (zygoma bone). They anchor into the upper jawbone, which is close to the dense zygoma bone.
This type of dental implants will address not only bone loss or bone grafting complications. Where regular implants can not be placed.
Permanent Dentures with Zygomatic Implants
From the patient’s perspective, permanent dentures can be set with regular implants or zygomatic implants. At the end, a bridge titanium/zirconia bridge will be set and you will have a strong bite again!
Take your time to watch this testimonial about zygomatic implants, I hope you enjoy it!
How much are zygomatic implants in Mexico?
The zygomatic implants surgery treatment has a cost of 12,450 US per arch.
This includes 2 zygoma implants, 2 regular implants for the front, sedation, all consultations post-op, CT/Scan and evaluation and surgery room.