Categoria: Reconstrução Óssea
Autores: Fernando Duarte
Referência: The basis of GBR technology and selection of bone grafting materials
Oral Implant Reading Club | 2020, May 1
Resumo: Sufficient healthy bone mass at the implantation site is the most important prerequisite for achieving successful long-term bone integration. Sufficient bone mass must also have sufficient bone height and bone width. Clinical studies have shown that if there is a bone wall defect on the buccal side of the implantation site, it will increase the incidence of soft tissue complications and the long-term failure rate. In order to avoid implant complications and an increase in failure rate, we need to take appropriate bone increments for sites with insufficient bone mass, regenerate new bone and ensure implant placement.
La pérdida de dientes, definida por la Organización Mundial de la Salud (O.M.S.) como una discapacidad, conlleva cambios físicos, …
Design and biomechanical comparison between classic and new-generation of zygomatic implants – Experimental study
The present experimental study aims to show the evolution of zygomatic implant …
Unilateral cleft lip and palate is a defect involving the lip, nose and maxilla.
Surgical interventions and has varying implant success rates, high potential for donor site morbidity and increased surgical costs.
Patients with Down syndrome may not be cooperative during dental treatment and, in cases of complex treat-ment, it is necessary to use oral or inhaled sedation and/or general anesthesia…
Assessment of quality of life in a retrospective study of total oral rehabilitation of the upper jaw with transzygomatic fixation – Case series
Purpose: Zygomatic implants are becoming more common in oral rehabilitation of atrophic maxilla.
Graft-Less Solution for Extreme Atrophic Maxilla: Zygomatic and Short Implants Combined – Case Series
Zygomatic implants have been in use since the 1990’s for the treatment of patients with severely resorbed posterior maxilla.
Immediate function with four Zygomatic implants in patients with extreme maxillary atrophy – Case Series
Zygomatic implants have been in use since the 1990’s for the treatment of patients with severely resorbed maxillae. Eliminating grafting …
A reabilitação da maxila edêntula extremamente atrófica, comporta um grande desafio cirúrgico e protético, para os profissionais que se dedicam a esta área.
Os implantes zygoma foram concebidos, originalmente, para aplicação segundo um protocolo de espera de cerca de 6 meses, antes do inicio da reabilitação …