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International Poster Journal of Dentistry and Oral Medicine
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Int Poster J Dent Oral Med 9 (2007), No. 2     15. June 2007
Senior Poster Award Int Poster J Dent Oral Med 9 (2007), No. 2  (15.06.2007)

Poster 359, Language: English


The 'Implant Guided Palatinal Distractor (IGPD)'
Nilius, Manfred/Nilius, Mirela-Oana/Goeken, Rainhard/Eggharter, Iurii/Zahn, Torsten/Haugwitz, Georg/Bouhjar, Nabil Ben
Surgery of craniofacial deformities is a complex task that requires careful preoperative planning. In this field Nobel-Guide-System made a great impact of predictable implantology. Using these for computer-aided surgery (CAS) the patient outcome of extreme dental and facial makeovers can be anticipated. The following case report shows new indications for dental implants by using Nobel-Guide- System for fixation of a prefabricated "Implant Guided Palatinal Distractor" (IGPD) and for an implant bridge. Thus - embedding dental implantation in maxillofacial procedures like LeFort-Osteotomy,forced guided palatinal distraction, chin augmentation and septorhinoplasty can be performed in a single-step operation. Operation time and costs can be reduced.

Keywords: Esthetic facial surgery, Nobel-Guide, facial implants, palatinal distraction, dental implants

Poster Award: Senior Poster Award

Conference/Exhibition:
19th.-21st. Oct. 2006
Nobel Biocare World-Tour, Dresden, Germany
Dresden