Full mouth reconstruction
What is a full mouth reconstruction?
Full mouth reconstruction on implants are a type of dental treatment used when the patient has lost most or all of his or her teeth. In these cases, one or more dental implants are placed in the jawbone or maxillary bone, which act as artificial roots to support dental prostheses.
A complete implant-supported rehabilitation involves the placement of a sufficient number of dental implants. The final number will depend on what is needed to support a dental prosthesis to replace all of the patient’s missing teeth. This type of treatment may involve several procedures, including the placement of implants, the elaboration of the dental prosthesis and its final placement.
Types of Oral Rehabilitation
The New All On 4
It is the evolution of metal-resin prostheses
We eliminate the metal in the structure of the prosthesis, thus avoiding the corrosion that occurs over time and the low biocompatibility. In addition, we reduce the final weight of the prosthesis, gaining in safety and aesthetics. A fixed prosthesis of peek composite is used, a new generation of biocompatible, light and safe thermoplastic polymer.
It is used in cases where the Dr. considers it necessary for reasons of vertical dimension or absence of bone, since it can be placed with only 4 implants.
Our most advanced material and our first choice
A fixed prosthesis of monolithic zirconium is used. It is undoubtedly our material of choice. Our clear commitment to R+D+I has been a constant in our trajectory. Our materials department has developed an evolved Monolithic Zirconium, made from fine particles that improve aesthetics and translucency, and under the study of finite elements to reinforce the areas of possible fracture to avoid problems in the future.
It is the most biocompatible material with the body, the one that most resembles natural teeth, giving us a high degree of resistance and an excellent aesthetic result.
It is suitable for bruxist patients as it does not suffer wear or breakage.
In addition, it is placed directly in the mouth since we do not use interfaces, therefore, it is completely metal-free.
Full mouth reconstruction for patients with severe bone density
Zygomatic implants are longer than conventional implants (approximately 45-55 mm) and are placed in the zygomatic bone slightly above the maxillary sinus.
With our digital implantology system, we perform a virtual planning before performing your treatment, achieving a high precision and predictability of the case. With this technique we obtain a wide range of prosthetic solutions, offering functionality, comfort and naturalness to your definitive teeth.
Clínica Dental Crooke & Laguna is one of the first Zygoma ZAGA Centers to obtain certification in Spain, which makes us an expert in the treatment of severe maxillary atrophy using zygomatic implants.
How is surgery in Full mouth reconstructions?
Surgery can be of 3 different types:
The surgery is performed guided by a system of coordinates similar to a GPS, we navigate in real time and with three-dimensional vision to the previously planned position for the placement of implants.
Unlike guided surgery, in which you are limited to a surgical guide, here we are facing a 3D surgery in “live”, which helps but does not limit, since the professional can vary the course of surgery and change it if circumstances require it, we are not limited to a surgical template. It is therefore a non-invasive, dynamic, adaptable, precise and predictable surgery that helps but does not limit, which allows us to have total control of the surgery and gives us a high precision and accuracy thanks to which we can use the maximum amount of bone available to work in patients with limited bone availability, often avoiding complicated bone regeneration.
It is a minimally invasive surgery, therefore, in most cases no stitches are necessary.
In this type of surgery we use the previous planning for the design and we make a surgical splint through which we guide the implants in a precise way to the desired position, achieving maximum precision in the final result.
It differs from the navigated surgery in that a splint or guide must be made before the surgery is performed. As in navigated surgery, in most cases no stitches are necessary, making the postoperative period much more bearable for the patient.
This type of technique is used when the bone availability is reduced or when we need to place the implants in a certain position. This type of surgery is especially indicated in patients with coagulation problems, since it helps us to minimize the opening of the gum without the need for stitches.
This type of surgery is used when due to different circumstances we need to modify the position of the gum or perform bone grafts. We use the CT to assess the patient’s bone availability and decide the technique or techniques to be carried out.
Advantages of having you full mouth reconstruction at Dental Clinic Crooke & Laguna
We involve the patient from the first moment with the Digital Smile Design, after which we build a smile project together with the patient. This methodology provides us with high predictability from the beginning to the end of the case.
Thanks to Navigated Surgery, which is a system similar to the GPS in cars, we achieve greater precision, reliability and efficiency. In 90% of our oral rehabilitation patients we place fixed teeth within 24 hours of surgery, achieving greater comfort and safety during the period of implant integration.
90% of the cases are finished with digital design in monolithic zirconia, achieving:
- Greater Biocompatibility
- Greater Resistance
- Naturalness Unbeatable aesthetics
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