Topic Description :
The zygoma implant has been an effective option in the management of the atrophic edentulous maxilla as well as for maxillectomy defects. Branemark introduced the zygoma implant not only as a solution to obtain posterior maxillary anchorage but also to expedite the rehabilitation process.
- Understand about the anatomy of the zygomatic anchorage region
- Know more about the zygomatic implants
- Learn the difference between conventional and zygomatic implants
- Learn the technique to install the implants
- Know the bone quality classification and modified techniques
Prof. Bianca Rebello
DDS, MSc., Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon (Alvorada Hospital), Professor of Implantology – Neom, Sao Paulo – Brazil
Graduated in Dentistry from Universidade Paulista – UNIP-SP, Minor Oral Surgery advanced by USP-SP, Specialist in Maxillofacial Surgery by APCD-SA, Fellowship at Santo André Municipal Hospital in Maxillofacial Surgery, Member of the College of the Maxillofacial Surgery and professor of the postgraduate course in Implantology at Neom Sp.
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