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Pynadath George: Zygomatic Implants
Pynadath George: Zygomatic Implants

Mon, May 13


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Pynadath George: Zygomatic Implants

Learn from the Expert: Dr Pynadath George shares his experience with zygomatic implants.

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May 13, 2024, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM GMT+1

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About the Event


Over the last two decades, the indications for zygomatic implants have expanded to encompass situations involving severe posterior maxillary resorption where there is insufficient bone for traditional implant placement. Additional indications found in the literature involve maxillary insufficiency resulting from cleft palate, unsuccessful conventional implant therapy, failed bone graft procedures, or a patient's refusal to undergo bone grafting. Notably, patients who have undergone complete or partial maxillectomy due to benign or malignant tumor resections continue to represent a primary application for zygomatic implants. These implants play a crucial role in supporting obturators and/or removable prostheses.

Despite remaining a complex procedure associated with significant surgical risks and the potential for complications, the utilization of zygomatic implants has experienced a remarkable surge, supported by documented high survival rates.

SPEAKER: Dr Pynadath George BDS, MFDS RCS, MSc Rest Dent, MSc Imp Dent, DClinDent Oral Surgery, FellowCG Dent

Dr George is a specialist Oral Surgeon and has a practice limited to  complex dental implants. He is a graduate of Liverpool Dental University Hospital and since then has completed a Professional Doctorate and specialist training in Oral Surgery from the University of Edinburgh. His research topic was on the rehabilitation of the severely atrophic maxilla.

Through his career he has also completed a Masters Degree in Restorative Dentistry in 2011 from The Eastman Dental Institute, UCL, in London and a separate Master’s degree in Dental Implantology in 2013 from Warwick University. The thesis topic was zygomatic versus pterygoid implants.

Dr George had been teaching in the hospital for over a decade as well as mentoring and providing advanced Full Arch Implant Courses since 2013. During this time he has trained numerous dentists both in the UK and Internationally.

Dr George is currently the President Elect of the Association of Dental Implantology.

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LANGUAGE: The event language is english. Closed Caption Translation will be available. 

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