Minimally invasive options for implant treatment of reduced bone ridges
In this webinar, the expert will discuss the characteristics, potentials and limitations of a new implant shape specifically designed to help the clinician solve complex situations using an easy approach.
The bone remodeling following the extraction of the dental elements often results in an alveolar ridge with a reduced horizontal dimension, making implant-prosthetic rehabilitation problematic. Sufficient bone thickness is a fundamental element for the medium and long-term success of dental implants, helping to avoid the early reabsorption of the marginal bone which is an important factor favoring the onset of peri-implant pathologies. In order to have proper implant positioning, it is therefore often necessary applying to regenerative techniques, increasing both the morbidity of the intervention and the time and costs of the therapy. In this webinar we discuss the characteristics, potentials and limitations of a new implant shape specifically designed to help the clinician solve those complex situations through an easy approach.