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Zygomatic Dental Implants

If you have lost all of your upper teeth, there are a few options available to you for restoring your smile. One of the most advanced options is zygomatic dental implants. Also known as maxillary sinus implants, these implants are placed in the zygomatic bone, which is the cheekbone.

For individuals with extensive tooth loss or bone loss in the upper jaw, zygomatic dental implants offer a life-changing alternative to traditional implant methods. The recovery time for zygomatic dental implants is typically about 6-8 weeks.

These unique implants providing a stable platform for a full set of replacement teeth, eliminating the need for bone grafting and significantly shortening the treatment timeline. At perla dental clinic Our team of experienced dentists is dedicated to providing our patients with the highest quality zygomatic dental implants. We look forward to helping you achieve your smile goals!


Faster Treatment

The procedure is often quicker compared to traditional methods, providing a more immediate solution.

Single Surgery

Zygomatic implants may allow for a single surgical procedure, streamlining the treatment process.

Avoids Bone Grafting

Zygomatic implants are longer, reaching the cheekbone, eliminating the need for bone grafts in cases of severe bone loss.

Restores Facial Aesthetics

By addressing severe bone loss, zygomatic implants contribute to restoring facial features and improving aesthetics.

Natural Aesthetics

The prosthetic teeth crafted for 4 Implants adesigned to resemble natural teeth closely, giving you a beautiful and authentic smile.


Say goodbye to the challenges of traditional tooth replacement methods and embrace the transformative solution that zygomatic implants offer. Our dedicated team is here to guide you through every step, ensuring a seamless experience from consultation to the final result.

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Candidates for Zygomatic Dental Implants

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Stages of Zygomatic Implants


Patient Evaluation:  Thorough assessment of the patient’s medical and dental history, along with a comprehensive examination of the oral and facial structures, is conducted to determine the suitability for zygomatic dental implants.

Treatment Planning:  Based on the evaluation, a detailed treatment plan is formulated, considering factors such as bone quality, quantity, and angulation, to determine the optimal placement of zygomatic implants for stability and aesthetic outcomes.

Surgical Placement:  In a surgical setting, zygomatic implants are precisely placed into the zygomatic bone, often avoiding the need for bone grafting, through a minimally invasive technique, ensuring proper anchorage for supporting dental prosthetics.

Prosthetic Restoration: Following the healing period, custom prosthetics are fabricated and attached to the zygomatic implants, providing the patient with functional and aesthetic teeth, enhancing overall oral health and quality of life.

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Reclaim the sparkle of your smile with Perla Dental Centre and look at life with a wider smile. Explore our Smile Gallery and be inspired by the stunning results.

Regular oral hygiene, including brushing, flossing, and routine dental checkups, is crucial for maintaining the health and longevity of zygomatic implants.

Potential risks include infection, bleeding, nerve damage, delayed healing, and bone loss. However, these risks are relatively rare, and the overall success rate of zygomatic implants is high.

With proper care, zygomatic implants can last a lifetime, providing a durable and reliable solution for individuals with severe maxillary atrophy.

Zygomatic implants are longer and anchor into the cheekbone rather than the jawbone, making them suitable for patients with significant maxillary bone loss.

Eligibility is assessed based on a thorough examination of oral health, jaw structure, and medical history. 3D imaging techniques may be used.

Zygomatic implants eliminate the need for bone grafting, shorten the treatment timeline, provide superior stability, and support multiple replacement teeth.

Zygomatic implants are typically recommended for full-arch restorations rather than single-tooth replacement.

While Zygomatic implants are more commonly used in the upper jaw, they can be considered for the lower jaw in specific cases.

Patients are typically under anaesthesia during the procedure, minimising pain. Discomfort and swelling may occur post-surgery but are temporary.

Patients can usually resume normal activities within a few days after surgery, but strenuous activities should be avoided for a few weeks.

Yes, Zygomatic implants are suitable for individuals with sinus issues as they do not invade the sinus cavity.

Regular oral hygiene, including brushing, flossing, and routine dental checkups, is essential for maintaining Zygomatic implants.

While removal is rare, Zygomatic implants can be removed if complications arise, but this decision is made on a case-by-case basis.

There is no specific age limit, but candidates should be in good overall health to undergo the procedure.

Soft and easily chewable foods are recommended in the initial weeks after surgery to minimise stress on the implants.

Yes, Zygomatic implants can be combined with other procedures such as gum contouring or cosmetic dentistry for comprehensive treatment.

Yes, Zygomatic implants can improve facial aesthetics by providing support to the facial structure and preventing further bone loss.

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