Frequently Asked Questions

The treatment with zygomatic implants is an advanced procedure. Thus, it raises many questions. As a network of experts in this field, we compiled a list of frequently asked questions about zygomatic implants to help you better understand this treatment option.

ZAGA Centers and ZAGA Philosophy

What is ZAGA, ZAGA Centers, and the ZAGA Zygomatic Concept? What is the ZAGA Zygomatic Concept? ZAGA is a concept aiming at adapting the treatment plan to each patient. Consequently, this approach embraces the fact that our anatomy is unique. When zygomatic implants enter the surgical treatment, a thorough understanding of each patient’s anatomy is …

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How long does it take to complete the treatment with zygomatic implants?

Diagnostic Dental treatment with zygomatic implants takes place in several phases. First, the procedure begins with a correct, thorough diagnostic. This includes X-Ray imaging, for instance, and a buccal exploration. If you meet all diagnostic criteria, the dental specialist will identify that the best option for you is the use of zygomatic implants. He or …

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Success Rate of Zygomatic Implants?

Overview of zygomatic implants Before presenting the success rate of zygomatic implants, let’s quickly review this treatment option. Zygomatic implants are a safe solution for severe bone loss. They serve as several support points for a fixed set of teeth. More importantly, zygomatic implants represent the most advanced solution for the patients lacking bone to …

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Zygomatic implant complications

Overview of zygomatic implant treatments Above all, zygomatic implants are a solution for patients suffering from severe bone loss, willing to have fixed teeth again. Up to four long implants anchor into the cheekbone to support a fixed set of teeth. The objective of the treatment is the quality of life of each patient. The …

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Fixed teeth on zygomatic implants

How does it work? After the zygomatic implants are placed, and generally within 24 hours of the procedure, you will receive a fixed denture of temporary teeth called an “immediate prosthesis.” It can also be called “fixed prosthesis”, “fixed denture”, or “fixed prosthesis”. This is a fixed set of teeth anchored on the implants. They …

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What are Dental Zygomatic Implants?

Definition Zygomatic implants are longer than conventional dental implants. They connect higher up in the facial bones for people who have been losing bone mass around the mouth. Specifically, they anchor into the zygomatic bone (also named cheekbone). One of the distinguishing characteristics of the zygomatic bone is that, unlike the bone around the mouth, tooth …

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