Zygomatic implant–supported rehabilitation has grown in popularity for use in clinical practice. Although many studies have been carried out into the surgical procedure, the prosthetic workflow is not clearly defined and standard techniques are not readily applied; thus, a digital approach may ultimately streamline the procedure. In the present study, the authors examined a digital workflow for immediately loaded prostheses supported by zygomatic implants. The novel technique proposed by the present authors, involving use of an impression reference, achieved promising results in terms of accuracy and procedural simplification.
Keywords: digital impression, digital workflow, immediate loading, impression reference, zygomatic implants
The authors declare no conflicts of interest relating to this study.