Falha no implante zigomático: é possível?

Quão raro é isto?

The success rate of zygomatic implant treatments is high. It has increased over the past 20 years and overcome a few years back the treatments using bone grafts. Zygomatic implant failure is rare. Each zygomatic implant is unique because each patient’s dental history is unique. Zygomatic implant treatments represent the last and only option for patients suffering from severe bone loss. For instance, this can be due to implant loss or the use of a removable denture for a long time.

The zygomatic implant treatment involves the placement of one or up to 4 implants in the cheekbone to support fixed teeth. As with any surgical procedure, there is always a risk for complications. Therefore, preventing these complications is an objective of the ZAGA Centers. They have experience and continuously educate themselves as a network to provide the safest treatments possible. As experts, they also support local dental offices by treating their complications.

Que soluções existem para falhas em implantes zigomáticos?

Existem poucas opções para lidar com a colocação mal-sucedida de um implante zigomático. Pacientes que perderam os dentes e, atualmente, sofrem de perda óssea grave têm uma única oportunidade de recuperar os dentes fixos. Portanto, o processo deve ser realizado logo na primeira tentativa. É por isso que é melhor contar com um centro altamente especializado para restaurar a perda óssea muito acentuada com implantes zigomáticos. Os funcionários do ZAGA Center são altamente qualificados e estão preparados para todo o tipo de desafios.

A thorough diagnostic, a personalized treatment plan, and an experienced team of experts are necessary ingredients for successful treatment. The ZAGA Centers are multidisciplinary experts in the field of dentistry. They provide a solution for your dental problem covering all its aspects: quality of life, pain, social life, aesthetics. Consequently, they will recommend using zygomatic implants only if no other treatment option is possible. The treatments aim at being minimally-invasive and conservative.