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 place regular dental implants. After a precise diagnostic, the surgical procedure and delivery of the fixed set of teeth take place in 24 h. This treatment option allows recovering both function and aesthetics quickly. 

Success Rate of Zygomatic Implants

Over the years, the scientific community has reported a high success rate of zygomatic implants. More than that, for the last ten years now, placing zygomatic implants has become safer and more predictable than the use of bone grafts. At the ZAGA Centers, we count with specialists that study the grade of success of an implant, taking into consideration a significant number of cases and strict criteria regarding the health and the comfort of the patient. For the ZAGA Centers, the success of zygomatic implant treatments is synonymous with the patient’s quality of life. Indeed, the most common complaint of patients requiring zygomatic implants is a progressive loss of quality of life, related to the use of a removable denture. Recovering a fixed set of teeth is the primary outcome of the zygomatic implants treatment. Thus, patients recover a high quality of life in only 24 h.

Your treatment plan will include a minimum of one or two yearly follow-up appointments. The dental professionals will check on you, your satisfaction, quality of life, and clean the fixed set of teeth. They will check for the healthy gum tissue, for instance. These yearly follow-up visits ensure prevention and, if any, the early treatment of complications.


As in any surgical procedure, there is a small risk of complications. ZAGA Centers receive training and are knowledgeable in preventing complications. The most common complications are sinusitis and gum recession. The risk of them is minimum because of the advanced ZAGA technique and the design of the zygomatic implants that adapt to the patient anatomy. Above all, professionals aim at preventing complications instead of treating them. The preventive approach used by the ZAGA Centers is essential to the long-term success of each patient’s treatment and satisfaction. Finally, ZAGA Centers also treat complications from dental centers referring to complex problems.