Zygomatic Implant Remote Planning Service

Head to Surgery doubt-free

Leaving DOUBT outside of the equation

Zygomatic implant rehabilitations are complex treatments that require accurate planning. Depending on the surgeon’s level of experience, one more element can become worrying: DOUBT.

  • Should I perform a hybrid zygoma or a quad zygoma?
  • Is the implant path well-defined when stabilizing into the zygomatic bone?
  • Will the implant trajectory help prevent late complications such as soft tissue dehiscence or rhinosinusitis?
  • What to do if something is off during the surgery?
Dental 3D Model

In theory, theory and practice are the same. In practice, they are not.

Theory and Practice

First and foremost, adequate training and cautious progress on the steep learning curve for zygomatic implant rehabilitation are compulsory. High-quality courses are available to provide the knowledge, clinical experience, and protocols to ensure every single one of your patients will get the best treatment.

When it comes to treating your first patient in your office, doubts may be your worst enemy. What if something goes wrong? What if I can’t replicate the planning properly?

Long-term Training

What can you do to prevent this from happening?

  1. Education and hands-on experience on 3D models or cryopreserved donours: Check all courses available here.
  2. Mentoring: Discover the mentoring program to be shadowed during your first surgeries or to learn further once experienced
  3. Remote Planning: Keep reading to understand how this unique service can boost your confidence and treatment outcome.
Doctors Learning form Dr Aparicio

Remote Planning Service

Using a fully remote setup, this service allows obtaining surgical planning, including implant positioning and trajectory on the CBCT cuts, as well as two 3D-models to rehearse the surgery and visualize beforehand the end result sought.

Dr. Aparicio Teaching Course
  • A surgical report in PDF including the type, number, diameter, and lengths of implants, the CBCT cuts of the implants planned, as well as any particular recommendation.
  • A 3D model of the patient pre-surgery to rehearse and support patient information.
  • A 3D models with all implants placed and printed, to visualize the end-results sought
Fill in the form to order a Surgical Planning, and send the DICOM files to ct@zagacenters.com.