Zygomatic Dental Implants in Mumbai
Zygomatic implants are a real alternative for patients for whom traditional dental implants are unsuitable. Our surgeons at Royal Dental Clinics are very skilled in extreme bone loss cases; Dr. Chirag Chamria, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon at Royal Dental Clinics is one of only a handful of surgeons in India who are able to carry out zygoma implant surgery in patients with bone loss, using specially designed in-house zygomatic implants.
Zygomatic implants differ from other types of implants such as All-on-4, as they are anchored in the zygomatic or cheekbone hence the name. Typically, the zygomatic implant is ideal for patients who may have inadequate or poor quality bone in their upper jaw, and so regular dental implants would be impossible. When dentures have been worn for a long time, it can lead to the loss of large amounts of supporting bone which creates a ‘collapse’ or loss of face height. Zygomatic implants correct this loss of facial structure which also has a rejuvenating effect to the appearance of the face.
At Royal Dental Clinics, the zygomatic implant has become the implant of choice for cases with a severely reabsorbed maxilla. Without this implant, many patients would otherwise require invasive grafting procedures to establish adequate bone volume for the placement of conventional implants. Zygomatic implants help avoid grafting and shorten treatment time, with significant post-operative improvements in function and aesthetics.
We at Royal Dental Clinics prefer Zygomatic implant as we have noticed in several cases that after zygomatic treatment the improvement in quality of life for the patient is dramatic. Before the treatment, these patients are orally handicapped, which can lead to a lot of psychological, social and functional problems. Dr. Chirag Chamria mentions that, “In my experience, after the treatment quality of life can return to normal. It’s remarkable”.
Dental implants are of utmost importance to patients who suffer significant teeth loss. But it is essential to have a healthy and sufficient amount of upper jawbone to install traditional dental implants. Consequently, many of these patients who suffer from severe jawbone loss have to undergo additional surgical procedures like bone grafting or sinus lift surgeries. And for those who are unfit to have these surgeries, getting dental implants becomes a distant dream.
What Are Zygomatic Implants?
Zygomatic implants are a graft-less solution to dental implants recommended for patients who suffer from severe jawbone loss after losing their teeth. These are long implant screws that can be anchored deep into the Zygoma, i.e., the cheekbone to hold the upper jaw implant bridge.
They help replace the entire or partial upper jawbone without performing the traditional sinus lift or bone grafting surgeries. They are highly recommended to patients who cannot opt for traditional implants for any reason.
They can also be performed as a complementary procedure to traditional implants in the anterior (frontal) portion of the mouth. The new prosthetic teeth fixed through its bridge appear, feel, and function just like your natural teeth.
Dr. Chirag Chamria, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon at Royal Cosmognathic, is one of the few trained and experienced surgeons installing Zygomatic dental implants in Mumbai, India, using specially designed in-house zygomatic implants.
Who Is An Ideal Candidate For Getting Zygomatic Dental Implants?
- It is best suited for people who have worn dentures for a long time, as dentures lead to significant jawbone loss and changes in facial structure.
- Patients who lose their upper jawbone due to bone tumors, trauma, or developmental anomalies are also considered candidates.
- You can also opt for this surgery if you simply want to avoid the invasive procedures involved in traditional implants.
- Patients whose underlying health conditions prevent them from getting traditional implants can consult a zygomatic implantologist in Mumbai for this alternative treatment.
How Is The Zygomatic Implant Procedure Performed?
Zygomatic implants are fixed on the same day with a single surgical procedure. However, it is performed without any external incision, and hence, requires pre-planning and diagnosis to determine your jawbone structure.
Our zygomatic implantologist in Mumbai usually performs different digital examinations such as dental photographs, CT scans, X-rays, and dental impressions to collect sufficient information about your unique implantation needs. This data also helps the implantologist know the amount of natural bone he can work with.
The implantologist creates a structural model to plan the placement of two implants after analyzing the shape of your jaw and cheekbone arch. If there is little to no jawbone available, he may plan to place four implants, two on each side of the nose, known as a Quad Zygoma Implant. The dental bridge is designed accordingly.
Finally, during the surgery, a set of implant screws are fitted through the dental and into the dense cheekbone without damaging any surrounding nerves or soft tissues. The dental bridge is also installed over the implants.
What Are The Benefits Of Zygomatic Implants Over Traditional Implant Procedures?
It is a graft-less solution to dental Implant that requires minimal downtime. Its full-length bridge and strong anchorage into the dense cheekbone offer more bite strength than traditional implants.
When dentures have been worn for a long time, it can lead to the loss of large amounts of supporting bone which creates a ‘collapse’ or loss of facial height. Zygomatic implants correct this loss of facial structure, which also has a rejuvenating effect on the appearance of the face.
It takes a maximum of 72 hours for the results of Zygomatic implants to show, whereas traditional implants take up to 6 months while all the procedures are performed.
Patients who experience severe teeth loss are orally handicapped, leading to a lot of psychological, social, and functional problems. These patients can sport a youthful and beautiful smile with confidence after getting zygomatic dental implants in Mumbai, India.
It is one of the safest dental procedures that boost almost 100% success rate so far. The installed bridge stays intact for more than a decade with minimal to no maintenance required.
How Much Does The Zygomatic Implants Cost in India?
The zygomatic implant is a highly personalized treatment that differs greatly from patient to patient. Consequently, there is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ cost for this procedure. Following are the key factors that will drive your total dental implants cost in India:
- Initial and special consultation fees of the implantologist
- The digital investigative technologies used to study your jawbone structure
- The type of anesthetic used
- The size and number of the prosthetic implants required
- Other conventional dental implant treatments required
You can also consult our zygomatic implantologist in Mumbai and discuss your teeth loss case in detail to get an accurate estimate.
Why Choose Royal Cosmognathic For Getting Zygomatic Dental Implants in Mumbai, India?
Not all dental surgeons can offer zygomatic implants. Zygomatic Implants are advanced procedures that can only be performed by a maxillofacial surgeon with specialized training in this field. And our head surgeon, Dr. Chirag Chamria, is one of the few oral & maxillofacial surgeons who is certified to offer Zygomatic dental implants in Mumbai, India.
He is known to treat complex dental cases with a lack of jawbone or multiple implant failures. His expert team uses the most cutting-edge technologies that allow swift and efficient planning and implementation of every step of this treatment.
Hence, if you’re suffering from significant upper jaw teeth loss, you can directly consult our zygomatic implantologist for upper jaw replacement in Mumbai.
What Are Zygomatic Dental Implants?
It is a graft-less solution to dental implant methods traditionally practiced where the implant screws are anchored deep into the cheekbone instead of the jawbone. They allow the placement of conventional implants in cases where there isn’t enough jawbone to hold them. The size of Zygomatic Implants can range from 30 mm up to 60 mm, which means they are much larger than traditional implants.
When Are Zygomatic Implants Mostly Recommended?
Zygomatic implants have a specific use case and are recommended when:
- There is severe resorption of the upper jaw bone tissues
- Conventional implants aren’t a viable option
- The patient wants to avoid bone grafting procedures and their complications
- The patient is completely or partially edentulous (without teeth)
- The patient underwent maxillary resection due to jawbone tumor
- The patient has congenital dental defects
How Successful Is The Zygomatic Implant Treatment?
Zygomatic implants have a track record of 98% to 100% successful surgeries worldwide. According to many international studies, it is one of the few treatments that offer long-term results, lasting for more than a decade.
Can Any Dentist Perform Zygomatic Implant Treatment In Mumbai?
No. Zygomatic implant treatment is a specialized procedure that requires precise diagnosis and planning skills. Only a certified Zygomatic implantologist in Mumbai possesses considerable knowledge with good surgical expertise to perform this procedure.
Are There Any Complications Associated With The Zygomatic Implants?
All risks and complications associated with Zygomatic implants can be avoided with proper diagnostic and surgical accuracy. Some rare cases of complications may include sinusitis, infraorbital nerve paresthesia, oroantral fistula, etc.
Are Zygomatic Implants Painful?
NO, as it is performed through a minimally invasive surgery under local anesthesia. You can go back to work the next day with only mild discomfort, which is also managed through pain medications.
Who Can Not Get Zygomatic Dental Implants?
There are minimal contraindications for these implants, which our Zygomatic implantologist in Mumbai will detect during your initial consultation. Some of these common contraindications may include:
- Generally poor gum health and jaw bone structure
- Having teeth clenching or a grinding habit
- Chain-smoking or smoking significantly every day
- Uncontrolled diabetes, blood pressure, or other underlying medical conditions