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Galileus Cerclage Sinus®: A Comprehensive Approach to Superior Implant-Prosthetic Rehabilitation

The Galileus Cerclage Sinus® technique outshines other methods, such as zygomatic, All-on-4, and All-on-6, in providing a holistic solution for implant-prosthetic rehabilitation. While all three techniques aim to address the challenges of bone atrophy in the posterior maxillary sinuses by bypassing them, the Galileus Cerclage Sinus® offers significant advantages from both a prosthetic and aesthetic perspective, establishing robust and stable pillars for complete chewing, even in the deep posterior molar areas. This single technique achieves the entire functional perimeter of the upper jaw for full mastication.

Prosthetic Extension:

  • Galileus Cerclage Sinus®: This technique covers the entire perimeter of the upper jaw, ensuring complete chewing across the axis, including the deep posterior molars. The strategically placed circular prosthesis offers optimal support and an even distribution of chewing forces.
  • QUAD Zygomatic All-on-4 All-on-6: Despite using four anterior zygomatic implants, their prosthetic extension may be limited, with less coverage in the posterior zone, relying only on 50% to 100% in the case of QUAD Zygomatic and 60% to 100% in the cases of All-on-4 and All-on-6, utilizing only the frontal bone zones for All-on-4 and All-on-6 and zygomatic for QUAD Zygomatic.

Less Invasive and Better Aesthetics:

  • Galileus Cerclage Sinus®: It avoids the use of autologous bone grafts, extensive lifts of the maxillary sinuses, or numerous zygomatic implants. The Galileus Cerclage Sinus® technique offers greater precision in prosthesis design, allowing for better aesthetics. It enables the creation of a fixed ceramic prosthesis without handcrafted false gums, tailored with 14 teeth, resulting in an aesthetic and functional outcome without compromises or comparisons, ensuring a natural and satisfying result, especially for patients, particularly women, who highly value their aesthetic image.
  • QUAD Zygomatic All-on-4 and All-on-6: The current techniques use four frontal zygomatic implants, resulting in greater anterior bulk. For this type of design, the fixed prosthesis for this surgical technique will have a high false gum to cover the aesthetic issues of the long zygomatic implants, ranging from 35 mm to 55 mm. The large false gum poses challenges in hygiene and cleaning. Zygomatic implants protruding into the palate result in only frontal coverage without additional posterior implants, utilizing only 50% to 100% of the masticatory perimeter of the upper jaw, lacking posterior molars. This also occurs with All-on-4 and All-on-6 to a lesser extent, but they still fall within the same wavelength, achieving up to 60% to 100% of the usable masticatory perimeter if additional implants were present in the posterior zone of the upper jaw, which currently do not exist for these techniques. These techniques were designed precisely to bypass the posterior areas of the deep molars due to the challenges of managing and rehabilitating atrophic zones of the maxillary sinuses.

Superior Chewing and Occlusion:

  • Galileus Cerclage Sinus®: It provides complete chewing and uncompromised occlusion, thanks to the equitable distribution of chewing forces across the entire perimeter of the upper jaw, including the deep posterior molars.
  • QUAD Zygomatic All-on-4 and All-on-6: Chewing may be less complete, especially in the posterior zone, with a potential limitation in chewing force.

In summary, the Galileus Cerclage Sinus® emerges as the preferred choice for those seeking complete implant-prosthetic rehabilitation, ensuring not only superior prosthetic results but also a more satisfying aesthetic experience.

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