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Subperiosteal Implants - The New Approach for the Extreme Atrophic Jaws

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Subperiosteal implants started in the 40’s but were discontinued due to the poor success rates in the long term. Today, 80 years later, a completely different technology has emerged, bringing Subperiosteal implants to the next level.

Date Added:
10/20/2021

Author(s):

Bernardo Nunes de Sousa, DDS, MSc Bernardo Nunes de Sousa, DDS, MSc

Bernardo Nunes de Sousa, DDS MSC

  • Dental Degree and Master’s Degree in Dentistry by the Portuguese Catholic University, Viseu, Portugal

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Questions & Comments
Jurij Zargi - (11/29/2021 6:56 AM)

Excellent presentation. I will try to come to Portugal to your Full Arch Club and learn the surgical technique.

marc nacar - (10/31/2021 10:15 PM)

Great presentation! Thank you

Eli Jackson - (10/26/2021 5:13 PM)

where can you find information on labs that fabricate these appliances?

Michael Maroon - (10/26/2021 4:11 PM)

Fantastic presentation. I especially appreciated the fact that you showed some cases that didn't go so well. Thank you for the great clinical photos and your explanation of how the current integrated subperiosteal implants differ from the older tissue born style.

Maurice Salama - (10/21/2021 1:22 PM)

A unique and desperately needed solution for the severe atrophy patient. Thnx Maurice

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