The use of zygomatic bone for implant placement can be a predictable alternative to certain other treatment tech- niques when rehabilitating the atrophic maxilla. Despite the high success rates of zygomatic implants, there is no consensus in the literature about the ideal surgical technique for their placement. Therefore, the objective of this case report is to describe the outcomes of the rehabilitation of an atrophic maxilla with a fixed prosthesis supported by 4 conventional implants at the anterior region and 2 zygomatic implants at the posterior region, which were placed with distinct surgical techniques: intrasinus or extrasinus.
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