Have you been recommended to get Zygomatic Dental Implants? Here’s all you must know.

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Ideal replacement for Missing Teeth in virtually less or no bone
It is a known fact that tooth loss is an issue that affects several aspects of your life. Missing teeth makes even simple tasks, such as eating or speaking; quite challenging. The aesthetics of your smile are also affected. Under the gum line, the jawbone begins to grow weak. The cascading effect of this is that over time, the bone changes shape, and eventually affects the shape and appearance of your face. There are two main varieties of implants, your traditional implant, and zygomatic implants.

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Zygomatic Implant with Pinhole Technique in One day
Zygomatic Implants are used for full mouth dental rehabilitation for severely resorbed bone. The traditional technique for implant placement was in the bone, but in cases with less or no bone, a Zygoma Implant is recommended. Although, there is improvement in the quality of life of the patients, yet the invasive surgery involved needs to be performed with utmost care.
Zygomatic Dental Implants are anchored into the cheekbone, also known as Zygoma or Zygomatic Bone. These implants are used in cases where the patient has a missing jawbone or the jawbone is soft and thin. Most patients above 45+ years end up losing a few or all of their teeth.

Zygomatic Implant with Dental Framework in One Day
Zygomatic Implants are used when there is insufficient bone to hold a normal dental implant in the upper jaw. The difference between a Zygomatic Implant and a normal dental implant is that the former is longer and placed diagonally into the cheekbone (Zygoma), to make use of the extra bone here. This bone usually does not resorb.

Bone resorption alongside lower bone quality frequently makes it difficult to install Dental Implants in the back maxilla. Zygomatic Implants are then encouraged and drilled into the zygomatic bone as opposed to the maxilla. As per Dr. Chirag Chamria, Maxillofacial Surgeon at Royal Dental Clinics, “Those who do not have enough jaw bone for the secure insertion of implants don’t have to give up on fixed dental prosthesis, thanks to Zygoma Implants.”

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Successful Innovation in Less Bone with SAPTeethTM
Zygomatic Implants plummeted the success rate to an impressive 97% with their new, innovative techniques. Zygomatic Implants with SAPTeethTM by Royal Dental Clinics take up to a few weeks to heal and several procedures are completed in one to two days. In most cases, Royal Implant provides one-day treatment with immediate loading of dental implants. Less or No Bone? Most of such cases can be done under local anesthesia on the same day itself.

The quality of life improves as you can now eat!
Dental Implants have been around since the 1950s and have been perfected by various Institutional bodies over the years. Certainly, a dental implant can do wonders for confidence, since it resembles an ordinary tooth. Numerous individuals who were timid about smiling as a result of space from loss of a tooth, feel better after a dental implant. Past the style, a dental implant additionally makes it simpler to eat and talk, as it is securely attached to the jaw.