Dental Implants for
Patients with
Bone Loss

Zygomatic or Short Dental Implants.
Unique Solutions for Complex Cases


Dental Implants For Patients With Bone Loss

Bone loss patients are considered complex cases to treat in the implantology world. They lack bone to sustain a dental implant and their restorations require special dental implants and bone augmentation procedures.

Dr. Eduardo Crooke is an international reference in the field of advanced surgery using guided and GPS controlled procedures that result in painless and minimally invasive treatments. This technology together with his training on special dental implants, allows him to maximize the existing bone and avoid the need for bone grafts.

After a CBCT scan and an implant study, we will be able to determine the need for bone grafts and the type of dental implant needed.

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Different solutions adapted to each case

Custom Titanium Mesh

Custom Titanium Mesh

It’s an alternative when zygomatic implants aren’t viable due to issues like sinusitis. After an examination and CT scan, a custom titanium mesh is designed and anchored to the patient’s bone. Provisional teeth are fixed on the surgery day, and final teeth are placed after mesh adjustment.

Benefits include safe, minimally invasive surgery without bone grafting or sinus movement, resulting in significant time savings compared to grafts.

Zygomatic Implants

Zygomatic Implants

Zygomatic implants are much longer than conventional ones. They anchor in the zygomatic bone instead of the upper jaw.

When is it appropriate to use zygomatic implants? When the upper jaw shows severe bone resorption. Generally, in patients with a lack of teeth for many years. When the patient has suffered from aggressive periodontal disease. In cases where the patient wishes to avoid the necessary waiting time after a bone graft.

Sinus Lift Graft and Bone Regeneration

Grafts and Bone Regeneration

The maxillary sinus floor, situated above the upper back teeth, is restored to its original position by adding a bone substitute, a procedure known as sinus floor bone augmentation or ‘sinus lift.’

If the patient’s bone is thick, we can place the implant immediately; otherwise, a six-month wait is needed for bone graft maturation before implantation, increasing maxillary height with artificial bone for dental implants.

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On your first consultation

Firstly, we will do a CBCT scan which is a three-dimensional x-ray in order to measure your bone density, and also to check the health of your remaining teeth and gums.Afterward, we use special software called DTX for better accuracy and predictability of our diagnosis and treatment plan. Depending on the planning, surgery will be guided or navigated, which allows us to optimize the bone and avoid unnecessary bone augmentation making the treatment minimally invasive. Also, there are some cases that we can solve with atraumatic bone grafts at the same time as we place implants. 97% of the cases we can finish with fixed teeth on the same day of the surgery.

On your second visit

After a healing period of three months, firstly we will check your dental implants to confirm that the healing is as expected, and we will make final digital impressions. Our specialist in prosthesis will do any changes or adjustments if necessary. After this, we will be able to produce and place your final teeth, and you can leave with your perfect new smile.

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