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Preprosthetic Surgery in Severe Atrophy of Maxillary Bones
The growing demand for fixed, implant-prosthetic rehabilitation is often limited by the presence of severe atrophies of the maxillary bones.
Modern preprosthetic regenerative and reconstructive surgery is aimed at restoring adequate volumes, with less and less invasive surgical approaches. Reconstructive and regenerative choices are often dictated by empirical knowledge and personal experiences, rather than by real scientific evidence.
The course will illustrate the different reconstructive methodologies in cases of severe maxillary bone atrophies. The discussion will be aimed at distinguishing the correct indications, for the numerous techniques available, from the most complex to the least invasive to be managed in a outpatient setting.