Dental Implant Solution with Bone Loss
Complete reconstruction with fixed teeth from day1 in Spain
Specialists in complex cases
Boneless patients are considered complex cases to treat in implantology, lack bone to sustain a dental implant and restorations require special dental implants and bone augmentation procedures. In Crooke Dental Clinic we are specialized in complex cases and we achieve a fixed dental implant solution from day 1 in 98% of the cases.
We are working with experts in the field of advanced surgeries using guided and GPS-controlled procedures that result in minimally invasive treatments. We developed an evolved Zirconium fixed prosthesis, a 100% Biocompatible and highly resistant material. The highest technologies together with the newest generation dental implants, allow us to maximize the existing bone and avoid the need for bone grafts.
Solutions for Bone Loss
If you don’t want to waste time on slower treatments, there are dental implant options for patients with bone loss. The specialist will evaluate your case and recommend a treatment plan.
We increase bone volume through bone regeneration in the upper back part to be able to rehabilitate that area with dental implants. This procedure is called a sinus base augmentation or sinus lift.
In a bone graft procedure, the surgeon will use a special bone graft biomaterial and insert it into the jawbone. The graft will create a new, strong bone so that the implant is stable.
Dental Implants for Bone Loss cases
If you suffer from bone loss and want a fixed dental solution immediately, there are special dental implant options, the doctor will assess your case and offer you the best treatment plan. Below we show you the different types of dental implants, with x-rays of real patients, that we work with in cases of boneless patients.
Shorter duration treatment
Immediate teeth and function
Restores facial esthetics
Zygomatic hybrid Implants
This prosthesis has 4 conventional implants and 2 zygomatic implants, the latter are long implants that are anchored in the zygomatic bone. It is the most common treatment for patients with severe bone loss, this procedure is performed under anesthesia and conscious sedation.
Zygomatic Quad Implants
For patients with total bone resorption, there are Zigomatic Quad Implants as a treatment option, which consists of the placement of 4 zygomatic implants. This procedure is done in the hospital under general anesthesia.
All On 4
In this treatment 4 dental implants are placed slightly longer than in the conventional All on 4, the posterior ones are inclined or angled to avoid damaging anatomical areas with lack of bone.
This allows the surgeon to find existing bone from where the implants will be grabbed.
Short implants are characterized by their size, they are 8 mm or less in length, they are smaller than conventional 10 mm. They are used when there is limited bone height, where a conventional implant could damage the maxillary sinus or the inferior alveolar nerve, in short, a short implant gives flexibility to the specialist avoiding complex areas.
The main advantage of short implants is their low surgical morbidity, which makes recovery faster than with other options.
Bone Loss before & after
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