Dent. J., Volume 9, Issue 4 (April 2021) – 12 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): According to local anatomy and maxillary sinus pneumatization level, many different techniques have been proposed for the rehabilitation of the severe atrophies of the upper jaw. The zygomatic bone is a bilateral, pyramidal structure characterized by a composite cortical and cancellous bone tissues. Tooth loss and jaw atrophies produce no significant anatomical and volumetric modification of the zygomatic bone that is characterized by enough bone density for dental implant positioning. Zygomatic implants are a long-term predictable option for severe maxillary atrophy treatment with combined zygomatic fixed implant-supported rehabilitation showing a higher cumulative survival rate compared to conventional implants. View this paper.
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