Course #6: Treatment of the Severely Atrophic Maxilla – Zygomatic Implants

About Course

In a recent review of the literature, immediately loaded zygomatic implants were found to be >95% successful (Tuminelli, F et al., EJOI 2017). Despite high success rates, the high risk nature of zygomatic surgery requires more surgical experience than traditional implants (Chrcanovic, BR et al., JMOS 2016).  

In this 6th course attendees will explore and practice the most predictable, evidence-based, efficient and cost-effective SURGICAL & RESTORATIVE extra-maxillary implant techniques, namely, zygomatic implants. These modern treatment modalities increase success rates, optimize clinical outcomes, patient satisfaction & ultimately, elevating the standard of care. 

Case-based learning extensively covers different types of zygomatic implant therapies. Potential complications patients and clinicians may experience and most importantly how to avoid and manage them effectively are discussed.

Course includes: on-demand didactic training, life-like 3D model surgery including implants and restorative components, immediate prostheses and live surgery trainings

Attendees will also learn to increase case acceptance by enhancing their ability to plan treatment and present complex treatment with the aid of our innovative proprietary software Implantability™.  

Efficiently and effectively planning, presenting, billing and executing successful complex implant treatment improves fulfillment and profitability upgrading your private practice to it’s fullest potential!

Didactic: 19 videos 5hs 29min
Model Surgery: 47 videos 3h 40min
Live Surgery: 30 videos 2h 21min

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What Will You Learn?

  • Review of Current Literature
  • Indications and benefits of extra-maxillary implants
  • Proper clinical and radiographic diagnosis
  • Pre-operative planning and preparation
  • Patient communication
  • Treatment planning, presentation & billing
  • Extraction techniques
  • Bone reduction techniques
  • Fundamentals of immediate Osteotomy preparation
  • Bone grafting
  • Immediate hybrid conversion techniques
  • Post operative instructions
  • Restorative techniques
  • Management of Complications

Course Content

Module #1: Didactic

  • 01. Introduction
    06:18
  • 02. Case 1: Defining Fixed Prostheses; FP-1, FP-2, FP-3. Segmental Hybrid Prosthesis, Site Specific Implants, Osseodensification.
    26:13
  • 03. Indications for Zygomatic Implants vs. Conventional Sinus Grafting: Literature Review & ZAGA Classifications.
    45:46
  • 04. Case 2: Edentulous, All-on-X Revision. Asymmetric Posterior Maxillary Bone Atrophy, ZAGA 1.
    22:52
  • 05. Case 3: Insufficient Bone Quality and Quantity Post Full-Mouth Extractions, ZAGA 1.
    18:02
  • 06. Case 10: Bilateral, Severe Posterior Maxillary Atrophy. ZAGA 3 & 4.
    20:44
  • 07. Case 11: Bilateral, Severe Posterior Maxillary Atrophy. ZAGA 2 & Prosthetic Complications
    17:01
  • 08. Case 12: Bilateral, Severe Posterior Maxillary Atrophy. ZAGA 1
    16:26
  • 09. Case 13: Vertical Maxillary Excess (VME) with Generalized Periodontitis. ZAGA 2
    22:32
  • 10. Case 14: Severe Maxillary Atrophy. ZAGA 2 & 3, Quad Zygoma
    14:48
  • 11. Case 15: Severe Premaxillary Atrophy. ZAGA 3, Bilateral Mesial Zygomatic Implants
    11:35
  • 12. Case 16: Zygomatic Implant Complications: Zygomatic Implant Failure – Revision
    04:58
  • 13. Case 17: Zygomatic Implant Complications: Zygomatic Implants Placed too Far Palatally
    05:10
  • 14. Case 18: Zygomatic Implant Complications: Improper Zygomatic Implant Length
    08:43
  • 15. Case 19: Zygomatic Implant Complications: Poor Management of Soft Tissue, Oral Antral Communication (OAC)
    04:11
  • 16. Case 20: Zygomatic Implant Complications: Improper Zygomatic Implant Preparation and Positioning
    05:33
  • 17. Case 21: Zygomatic Implant Complications: Mismanagement of Soft Tissue; Quad Zygoma
    07:07
  • 18. Case 22: Zygomatic Implants in the Partially Edentulous Patient
    07:27
  • 19. Conclusion
    03:12

Module #2: Model Surgery (Maxilla) – Straight Implants

Module #3: Model Surgery (Maxilla) – Angle Correcting Implants

Module #4: Model Surgery – Zygomatic

Module #5: Live Patient Surgery (Zygomatic):

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