The PTE pterygoid implant represents a minimally invasive solution in cases of bone atrophy, creating a solid prosthetic anchorage in posterior maxillary areas, also available with guided digital planning.

The maxillary tuber posterior area, closely connected with sphenoid bone and the palatine pyramidal process pterygoid process, is characterized by compact bone, and represents a morphologically suitable structure to support implants even at immediate load.

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Pterygoid implants features:

Reduction of complications: high success rate implant, less complications risk;

Reducing implant treatment and healing time; 

Minimally invasive and highly predictable;

Allows immediate loading techniques. The prosthetic anchorage, extends upper jaw to the distal area

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We organize theoretical-practical sessions through which it is possible to approach new technologies and prosthetically guided digital implantology, sharing experiences, and case studies, and analyzing every aspect of processes and protocols, from the design to the conclusion of the case.


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