Pterygoid Implants The sinus is prone to pneumatization after the teeth have been removed for a prolonged period of time. Two-piece Cortical TTPHIL Implants can be put in by utilizing support from the tuberosity, palate and the pterygoid bones. In the instances where the sinus has been filled with air, traditional surgery for grafting Implantologists will counsel their patients to undergo Direct or Direct Sinus Lifting techniques or Bone grafting techniques for placing implants in the jaws upper the molar region.

A majority of dentists put Tubero Pterygoid Implants to prevent Sinus lifting as well as the Bone Grafting and augmentation procedures.
Tubero pterygoid implants can be used for patients who don’t have enough bone to support implant surgery. Implants are placed in the 3rd and 2nd Molar area of the upper jaw.

How Pterygoid Implants Work

Because of their length because of their length, Pterygoid implant can vary from 15mm to 25 millimeters. Pterygoid implants have bicortical anchorage because of which the axial load is increased and posterior cantilever can be eliminated.

The tuberosity of the maxilla is comprised by Type III as well as Type IV cancellous bone. The palatine pyramidal process and the pterygoid procedure of the sphenoid consists of cortical bone that is dense. Tuberopterygoid implants are placed into the Tuberosity region, and then into the pterygoid plate to improve the stability. The bone that is located in the Tubero Pterygoid region is cortical in its nature. TTPHIL implants are put in place using Keyhole Technique or flapless method (There is no incision, and there are no Cuts) so there is very little bleeding.

Advantages of Pterogoid Implants

This Pterygoid bone does not resorb. Everyone has this bone that can be used to insert the implant.

These Pterygoid implants are 2 pieces of cortical Implants. These Implants are made from the most sophisticated and strong Medical Grade 5 Titanium, which is approved by CDESCO and are FDA approval, and have been tested for quality so that there is never any breakage.
Implant screw loosening is not a problem due to biolock connection.

Complete 14 teeth, including 1st and 2nd molars have been substituted. This technique allows for maximum chewing effectiveness, that isn’t possible with any other implant procedure until now.

Through the use of Tubero-Pterygoid Implants and Sinus Lifting and Bone Grafting and Augmentation procedures are eliminated.

No Cantilevers are required

14 teeth are available to the upper jaw, in the distal portion of the maxilla. This is a full mouth rehabilitation procedure

Functional loading immediately can be achieved using Pterygoid implants

Through keyhole surgery it is possible to have only minor bleeding and swelling

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