Dental Implant solutions for patients suffering from bone loss!
Dr Eduardo Crooke has completed over 1000 complex cases!
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Eduardo Crooke Gonzalez De Aguilar
Dental Implants, Prosthetics and Aesthetics
Dr. Crooke graduated in dentistry in Madrid in the year 2000 and in implantology in Goteborg. Since then he has devoted his career to dental implants and Aesthetic restorations. Today he has several specialised dental clinics in Spain and the UK, where all the dental procedures are carried out by a multicisplinary team with only the most experienced dentists in their own fields.
Dr. Eduardo Crooke’s long trajectory of specialisation of dental implants and teeth over implants together with his advanced training in bone loss restorations with complex bone regeneration has been rewarded with 3 gold medals by Malaga’s dentistry College.
He is an international reference in the field of advanced surgery using guided and GPS controlled procedures that results in painless and minimally invasive treatments. This technology together with his training on special dental implants, allows him to maximise the existing bone and avoid the need for bone grafts.
Missing teeth can lead to boneloss of the lower jaw
What happens when you don’t replace your missing teeth?
When a gap is left by a missing tooth, the surrounding teeth have a tendency to shift because that tooth is no longer helping to keep everything in line. Ultimately, teeth may become crooked or new gaps may appear between teeth.
Another issue that may occur is super-eruption. The tooth that opposes the site of the missing tooth may start to grow out from its position because it no longer has the opposing tooth to resist it.
Bone loss is another problem if you don’t replace a missing tooth. This is called bone resorption. It can also change the way your face looks, changing its shape, and your lips may look asymmetrical and sunken.
Dental implant solutions with bone loss
What are zygomatic implants?
They are one of the longest implants that are normally used in the mouth (around 45-55 mm versus the conventional 10 to 15 mm) and are placed as conventional anchored implants but slightly up, in the zygomatic bone.
When is it appropriate to use zygomatic implants?
- Severe bone resorption of the maxilla.
- Usually in patients who have many years without teeth.
- Patients who have suffered an aggressive periodontal disease.
- In patients usually have little bone in the jaw
- When recovery time and treatment are important.
What are they?
Root prefabricated in titanium, which is placed on the site where there is no tooth. It is usually equal to or less than 8 mm.
Its use is subject to the patient’s anatomy when we can not place implants of regular size (10 mm or more) where bone loss has ocurred. We use short dental implants instead of bone grafts.
Advantages: Its advantages include a surgical technique with low morbidity, rapid bone healing as regular sized implants. Avoids having to perform bone grafts.
Techniques For Complex Cases
This adds bone to the whole jaw creating volume and improving the aesthetics of dental implants
Bone graft / gum graft
We can perform a Bone Graft and use regular implants.
Guided bone regeneration
Vertical and horizontal. Also guided tissue regeneration.