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Can’t Doesn’t Exist

So many clinicians are quick to turn patients away from potentially life-changing implant treatment because of poor jaw health.

Patients are either asked to compromise with removable dentures or told they must simply put up with debilitating dental problems.

If you’re one of them, you may feel like the chance of regaining your former confidence has passed.

It hasn’t.

If you have complex jaw health challenges – even if you’ve been told by a less experienced clinician you can’t have treatment – zygomatic implants by Woodborough House are the beacon you’ve been searching for.


The Zygomatic Science

In the past, if you’d suffered jawbone deterioration through tooth loss or gum disease, options for treatment were few. You could opt for invasive bone grafting surgery or expect a lifetime wearing removable dentures.

But zygomatic – or zygoma – implants changed everything. The advanced procedure relies on conventional smaller implants inserted at an angle at the front of the jaw where the bone is still usually healthy.

Meanwhile, the rear implants extend beyond the jaw into the zygomatic cheekbone. The advanced technique allows Nick and the team to support a full arch of replacement teeth without resorting to bone grafting.

Zygomatic implants restore function and form, returning vital structural support to the lower face to reverse the sallow appearance that often accompanies tooth loss and jaw deterioration.


Meet Mr Zygoma

Our team is led by registered-specialist implantologist Dr Nick Fahey who enjoys a peerless track record treating advanced and complex cases.

He is supported by a suite of next-generation dental and surgical technology featuring 3D smile design, CT scanners, computer-guided placement systems and more.

Nick has earned a reputation for creating some of the most outstanding smile rehabilitations to be found, including hundreds of successful advanced zygoma treatments.

Your Search is Over

Contact us now to arrange your zygomatic implant consultation.

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