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Zygomatic Dental Implants – Roslyn, NY

Replace Your Teeth
with Fewer Surgeries

Dental implants require adequate bone mass to ensure stability. When there is a lack of jawbone density, a bone graft or sinus lift is often recommended. If you want to avoid additional oral surgeries that will increase your cost of treatment, you’ll be pleased to learn we offer zygomatic dental implants at our Roslyn, NY oral surgery office. Designed for patients with bone loss in the upper jaw, we invite you to contact us to find out if you’re eligible for treatment.


Why Choose Gold Coast Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Steve Yusupov DDS, MD, FACS for Zygomatic Dental Implants?

  • 1 Board-Certified Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon
  • 2 IV Sedation
  • 3 State-of-the-Art Facility with Updated Technologies


Zygomatic Dental Implants vs. Traditional Dental Implants

Illustrated x ray of person with zygomatic dental implants in Roslyn in their upper jaw

Traditional dental implants are placed into the maxillary and/or alveolar bone. Because these areas weaken the longer teeth remain missing, it can make receiving dental implants more difficult. With zygomatic dental implants, these longer posts offer outstanding stability because of their placement within the zygomatic bone. Free from potential deterioration, it creates a firm foundation and offers the same great results as those who receive regular dental implants.

How Do Zygomatic Dental Implants Work?

Oral surgeon showing a patient a model of the skull

This specialized technique involves anchoring longer implants (approximately 30-55 mm) into the zygomatic bone to create a stable foundation for your custom prosthesis. This particular bone is unlike the maxillary bone that can easily be resorbed. The zygomatic bone does not experience a loss in bone mass because it is within the cheek. Once placed, these implants fuse with the zygomatic bone and allow for a more durable and functional smile.

Am I a Candidate for Zygomatic Dental Implants?

Smiling oral surgery team member talking to a patient

Untreated tooth loss often leads to bone resorption, which requires advanced dental procedures to fix. If your dentist explains that you are ineligible for traditional dental implants because of your weakened jawbone, you may be an ideal candidate for zygomatic dental implants. Once you arrive at our office, we will examine your smile and begin the planning stages of your upcoming treatment.

Benefits of Zygomatic Dental Implants

Oral surgeon and assistant treating a patient

Yes, a standard bone graft or sinus lift is possible, but if the main reason you are seeking an alternative option is to avoid additional surgeries, zygomatic dental implants may just be the answer you’re looking for. As a result, there are many benefits you can expect, including:

  • The ability to receive your new prosthesis the same day as your zygomatic dental implants.
  • A minimally invasive procedure as opposed to a bone graft or sinus lift.
  • Fewer oral surgeries that allow for more cost-effective and time-friendly treatment.