Implant’s Design Solves Atrophic Maxilla Cases

Richard Gawel


The Noris Medical Zygomatic Implant is designed to provide a solution for cases of atrophic maxilla. This product is especially designed for the extramaxillary technique. The implant’s deep thread structure makes for excellent stability in the zygomatic bone, the company reports. 

Offered with a 2.42-mm internal hex connection, the smooth body design helps to reduce the adherence of periopathogens, Noris Medical says. The implants are available in lengths from 35 to 57.5 mm at increments of 2.5 mm and with 45°, 52°, and 60° multi-unit abutments to provide any angle correction that is needed in the procedure.

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