ZAGA is much more than just a method, it is a philosophy of how we work with patient well-being as one of its core principles. The individual characteristics and needs of each patient are the main elements considered when designing a treatment plan and deciding what materials or implants will be used.
By anchoring dental prosthesis to zygomatic implants, the ZAGA philosophy aims to achieve long-term success in treating severe maxillary atrophy. In addition to maximizing success, the ZAGA philosophy seeks to prevent complications instead of treating them.
To obtain these objectives through a standardized process, the ZAGA philosophy develops and uses individual, contrasted and systemized action protocols.
Pikos Symposium 10-12 Octuber 2019 (Florida, US)
Download Dicom images
During the lecture, Dr. Carlos Aparicio will discuss some complex cases of severe maxillary atrophy. If you want to study before the lecture these cases you can download the DICOM images here. Also, you can contact us and order your 3D model with the case if you want to practice.