Zygomatic and Pterygoid ImplantsSan Antonio, TX
Implants are now accessible to almost every patient, even those with extensive bone loss. Dr. Andres Biaggi has taken the placement of Implants to another level here at Preferred Dental.
A new "NO BONE SOLUTION" for implant placement in your upper teeth.
This means if you have been told you need extra surgery for your upper teeth – usually known as a "sinus lift."
You have been told your bone loss is so bad you "CANNOT have an Implant."
THIS CAN BE A GOOD OPTION FOR YOU
When fully restoring an upper arch that has severe bone loss it often presents significant challenges for the restoring dental team. Loss of bone volume often results in many augmentation procedures that delay treatment, healing time and multiple surgeries. This then, pushes out the impression date, meaning delaying the delivery of the final prosthetic. NOW!!! Dr Biaggi can attach your teeth at the same time we place you implants – even with no bone or severe bone loss.
Dr Andres Biaggi has included to his list of Implant procedures new and exciting technology called Zygomatic and Pterygoid implants.
Zygomatic and Pterygoid fuse to the bone - 99% success rate
With proper maintenance and comprehensive follow up care Implants are now accessible to almost every patient, even those with extensive bone loss. It is important to us that you have a sense of wellbeing and high quality of life.
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