A maxillary subperiosteal implant design that maximizes bone support and accomodates a cemented, low-profile parallel guiding planes Hader bar.
- Published Article
The Journal of oral implantology
- Publication Date
Jan 01, 1995
A design for the maxillary subperiosteal implant is detailed that (1) simplifies construction, (2) maximizes underlying bone support, (3) minimizes posterior forces to the "egg-shell"-thin bone under the maxillary sinuses, and 4 (accommodates the low-profile, cemented, parallel guiding planes Hader bar. This implant design maximizes bony support for the maxillary overdenture. It places the Hader bar superstructure within a precise envelope that maximizes esthetics, proper phonetics, and acrylic bulk for long-term serviceability.
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