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Zygomatic Implants: 20 Years of Evolution

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This presentation will review 20 years of non-alveolar based implant dentistry specific to the resorbed maxilla. The role of the Zygoma and Pterygoid plates to anchor specialized implants to secure a prosthesis will be reviewed. Patient selection, anatomy, surgical aspects and prosthetics will be reviewed.

Date Added:
7/19/2022

Author(s):

Alexander D. Salvoni, PhD Alexander D. Salvoni, PhD
• Master and Specialist in Implant Dentistry (Center of Dental Researches São Leopoldo Mandic - SLM)

• Doctor in Oral Pathology (University of São Paulo - USP)
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Tarek Assi - (8/7/2022 11:15 PM)

Beautiful! Thank you for informative and simplified presentation.

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