Scientific Publication

Summaries of scientific publications on using the ZAGA concept for treating severe maxillary atrophy with zygomatic implants.

Round and flat zygomatic implants:
effectiveness after a 1‑year follow‑up
non‑interventional study

We are happy to share with you our latest peer-reviewed publication, “Round and flat zygomatic implants: effectiveness after a 1-year follow-up non-interventional study,” created by three members of our ZAGA Centers Scientific Council: Dr. Carlos Aparicio (Barcelona), Prof. James Chow (Hong Kong), Dr. Rubén Davó (Alicante), along with two other experienced researchers: Dr. Waldemar D. …

Round and flat zygomatic implants:
effectiveness after a 1‑year follow‑up
non‑interventional study
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The zygoma anatomy-guided: The ZAGA approach for rehabilitation of the atrophic maxilla

We are thrilled to share with you our latest peer-reviewed publication “The zygoma anatomy-guided approach for rehabilitation of the atrophic maxilla” created by some of our brightest ZAGA members globally: Carlos Aparicio, Antonio Olivo, Victor de Paz, Daniel Kraus, Manuel Martín Luque, Eduardo Crooke, Peter Simon, Madalina Simon, José Ferreira, Andre Sakima Serrano, Jan Peter …

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Zygomatic Classical Technique or Anatomy-Guided Approach?

Implants – Minimizing The Risk Of Maxillary Sinus Associated Problems Carlos Aparicio, Carolina Manresa, Karen Francisco,Arnau Aparicio, Jonas Nunes, Pedro Claros, Josep M. Potau. For several decades, zygomatic implantation has been the preferred technique for those patients with either maxillectomy defects or in those with atrophic edentulous maxilla. Yet, up until recently, the original Brånemark …

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Zygomatic indications, techniques and outcomes, Success Code

Zygomatic implants: techniques and outcomes, and the Success Code Aparicio, C., Manresa, C., Francisco, K., Claros, P., Alández, J., González-Martín, O., & Albrektsson, T. (2014). Zygomatic implants: indications, techniques and outcomes, and the zygomatic success code. Periodontology 2000, 66(1), 41–58. https://doi.org/10.1111/prd.12038 While implant-based restorations have become a common treatment in the developed world, any form …

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Zygomatic Implants Long-Term Answer

Zygomatic Implants – Are They A Long-Term Answer For Patients? Aparicio, C., Manresa, C., Francisco, K., Ouazzani, W., Claros, P., Potau, J. M., & Aparicio, A. (2014). The long-term use of zygomatic implants: a 10-year clinical and radiographic report. Clinical Implant Dentistry and Related Research, 16(3), 447–459. https://doi.org/10.1111/cid.12007 The atrophic maxilla is a common condition …

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Extra-Sinus Zygomatic Implant Placement

Exploring A New Surgical Approach, A Three Year Study Aparicio, C., Ouazzani, W., Aparicio, A., Fortes, V., Muela, R., Pascual, A., Codesal, M., Barluenga, N., Manresa, C., & Franch, M. (2010). Extrasinus zygomatic implants: three year experience from a new surgical approach for patients with pronounced buccal concavities in the edentulous maxilla. Clinical Implant Dentistry …

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Zygomatic Implant Placement Gold Standard

Zygomatic Implant Placement – How It’s Become The Gold Standard Aparicio, C., Ouazzani, W., Aparicio, A., Fortes, V., Muela, R., Pascual, A., Codesal, M., Barluenga, N. and Franch, M. (2010), Immediate/Early Loading of Zygomatic Implants: Clinical Experiences after 2 to 5 Years of Follow‐up. Clinical Implant Dentistry and Related Research, 12: e77-e82. doi:10.1111/j.1708-8208.2008.00134.x Any implant …

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