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Total Rehabilitation of the Edentulous Patient with the All-on-4® treatment concept

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A fixed implant supported prosthesis is the ideal treatment option for the edentulous patient and those facing the imminent loss of their remaining dentition. Through innovation, along with continuous clinical and scientific research, it has become possible to treat virtually every edentulous case with a highly functional and esthetic fixed solution. The oral rehabilitation of these patients has two stages: surgical and prosthetic. The surgical protocol follows the All-on-4® treatment concept - an innovative technique developed in the early 90’s at the MALO CLINIC that allows for immediate function, full-arch, implant supported prosthetics. This widely applicable surgical protocol allows for a simple and immediate rehabilitation with a provisional bridge fixed on 4 implants, with minimum cantilevers, 3-4 hours after the surgery. The final prosthodontic work is of extreme importance. The MALO CLINIC Ceramic Bridge is the epitome of biomedical engineering combined with NobelProcera® CAD\CAM technology to provide patients with an extremely esthetic precision implant supported functional replication of the natural dentition.

Date Added:
11/16/2016

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Paulo Malo, DDS, PhD Paulo Malo, DDS, PhD
Prof. Malo received his dental degree from the Faculty of Dental Medicine at the University of Lisbon in 1989. He founded the MALO CLINIC in 1995 where he developed sev...
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Questions & Comments
byron scott - (1/8/2017 11:57 AM)

Excellent presentation.

Maurice Salama - (11/19/2016 9:13 AM)

Saleheh; Zygomatic and Pterygoid implants require special training and skills. We would suggest that this is NOT a routine procedure but only for very experienced and well trained surgeon and prosthetic teams. regards Dr. Salama

Saleheh Hajir - (11/16/2016 3:12 AM)

can I use zygomatic implant in office ? Is it dangerous & high risk

Saleheh Hajir - (11/16/2016 3:00 AM)

thank you for your excellent webinar.

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