Through the MiniZygo® solution, SPIDERIMPLANT aims to propose an innovative, simplified and highly effective alternative for the treatment of cases of vertical jaw atrophy. Given its structure, MiniZygo® wants to be a point of reference for Maxillofacial Surgeons who currently use traditional zygomatic implants, providing them with a new instrument that guarantees reduced invasiveness and greater intra- and post-operative safety.

Visually, it is immediately evident how MiniZygo® radically simplifies the concept of zygomatic implantatology. At the same time, thanks to the firm combination (by interference) of the three components forming the implant body, the effectiveness of this procedure far exceeds that of traditional zygomatic solutions. This results in an enormously more physiological interaction with the anatomical structures and the peri-implant soft tissues.

MiniZygo®, like the other SPIDERIMPLANT solutions, is structurally characterised by the harmonious combination of three unique elements:

‣  A self-locking osteosynthesis plate: Locking Plate
‣  Depending on the clinical case, 2/3 self-locking screws of the same size: Locking Fixtures
‣  A standard implant with a common prosthetic platform and with a side access hole.

The resulting implant body is formed by integrating the three components by interference, with the two extreme access holes in the Lockig Plate reserved for the insertion of respectively the implant and one Locking Fixtures, and with the central hole providing additional stability through the insertion of another self-locking screw.

The technical characteristics of MiniZygo® are limited by the conceptual and patent dictates of DistalOsteointegration® and are as follows:

  Three-dimensional implant with composite structure, cylindrical, with or without thread, made of Grade 5 Titanium.

‣  Antirotational prosthetic platform.

‣  Accessory platform (radical to the longitudinal axis) with conometric locking.

‣  Subperistal component (Locking Plate) with vertical development (variable length 18-36 mm), in Grade 2 Titanium.

‣  Peripheral plants (TwinImplants®) of truncated cone shape and with atraumatic apex, in Titanium Grade 5, solidarized with locking for interference (in one or more sizes).

The clinical protocol characterising MiniZygo® involves positioning the implant between the lateral wall of the maxillary sinus and the Schneider membrane covering its internal side. The surgical phases will then be:

1) Skeletonisation of part of the lateral wall of the maxillary sinus.
2) Creation of a small side window followed by the slight detachment of the sinus mucosa.
3) Insertion of the primary implant tangentally to the lateral wall of the sinus.
4) Connection of the Locking Plate to the primary implant according to the longitudinal axis of the implant and after any shaping of the same plate.
5) Insertion (self-locking) of the Locking Fixtures (TwinImplants®) in the respective apical seats of the plate.

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