The following companies develop, design and validate tools and instruments to support zygomatic implant treatment using the ZAGA Concept. They help the experienced professionals maximize the success rate of the treatment, reduce complications and in fine provide each patient with the best possible care in a personalized manner according to the ZAGA philosophy.
ZAGA – Straumann Zygomatic Implants
Headquartered in Basel, Switzerland, the Straumann Group is a global leader in esthetic dentistry. It unites global and international brands that stand for excellence, innovation and quality in replacement, corrective and digital dentistry, including Straumann, Neodent, Anthogyr, Medentika, ClearCorrect, Dental Wings and other fully- or partly-owned companies and partners.
ZAGA zygomatic implants were developed from over 25 years of experience using zygomatic implants and in collaboration with a renowned team of engineers. The adaptability of their dimensions is far superior to what the market used to offer. Their placement requires a less invasive procedure and their composition is much more compatible with the body as it does not contain potentially harmful foreign chemical elements such as aluminum or vanadium. The shape of the implant is different as it adapts to the patient’s anatomy, preventing complications with its placement. Their texture and design also take the biology and function of the mouth’s structure into account.
The ZAGA-Straumann implant integrates new design and biomechanical features to help the professionals prevent complications.
ZAGA Surgical Kit Bontempi
The ZAGA set of surgical instruments is designed to match human anatomy. For over 15 years now, this kit has made zygomatic procedures easier for the surgeon. The commercial website is available here:
3D Models for training and planning
3D Models have become appreciated tools to help surgical planning for each zygomatic procedure. Furthermore, they represent an excellent platform for education and training. ZAGA Centers have developed specific models of severe maxillary atrophy for training, and provide a fast service of 3D printing for each zygomatic patient.
3D Biomodels has more than 500 m2 of manufacturing space. 3D Biomodels help plan the zygomatic surgery, in addition to providing great platforms for clinicians’ training. Their main objective is to provide our clients with the production and design of the most realistic models for all the specialties of dentistry.