The ZAGA method simplifies the procedures used by conventional zygomatic implant techniques: it preserves more bone, is faster and is more precise. Compared to traditional procedures or hip grafts, the ZAGA method allows for treatment to be minimally invasive.
This conservative approach preserves the integrity of the maxillary wall, a critical area where the zygomatic implant first enters. This prevents frequent sinus complications, common to other methods. Unlike traditional zygomatic implant techniques, the dental prosthesis used in the ZAGA method takes up a natural space in the mouth, as its dimensions are very similar to those of original teeth, which helps improve aesthetic aspects, maintenance and hygiene.