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Volume 30 , Issue 6
November/December 2010

Pages 627-637


Computer-Aided Implant Placement in the Reconstruction of a Severely Resorbed Maxilla—A 5-Year Clinical Study

Stephen Barter, BDS, MSurg Dent, RCS


PMID: 20967309
DOI: 10.11607/prd.00.0944

Many studies have shown success with implants placed in grafted bone, and there is an emerging desire to simplify the treatment process by placing implants via a flapless approach using navigation or computer-aided design/computer-assisted manufacture techniques. This paper reports a preliminary study of laboratory and clinical procedures that may enable flapless implant placement in patients treated previously with extensive onlay grafting of the severely resorbed maxilla, thereby avoiding secondary exposure of the grafted site. Six patients received 39 implants, with a cumulative survival rate of 97.7% over an average of 48.8 months; all prosthetic reconstructions are successful to date. (Int J Periodontics Restorative Dent 2010;30:627–637.)


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