Zygomatic and pterygoid implants
These zygomatic and pterygoid implants are two types of dental implants that are used when the patient has insufficient quantity or quality of bone into which normal-sized implants can be anchored.
Hybrid prostheses aim to rehabilitate completely edentulous arches. They require the prior placement of six implants in each maxilla. Externally, the prosthesis has a metal structure that joins all the implants together with screws. And on the metal frame some acryllic teeth are mounted on a pink resin.
The prosthesis is screwed to the implants, with the patient being unable to remove it. It is a highly cosmetic prosthesis, which also generates security given that the patient will be unable to move or remove it.