Features of the surgical stage of dental implantation under complex anatomical and topographic conditions of the lower jaw
Partial and complete tooth loss is one of the most common pathologies of the dentition, especially in the elderly. The generally accepted technique for replacing dentition defects using traditional prosthetics, namely the manufacture of partial and complete dentures, does not always satisfy patients.
From this point of view, the manufacture of orthopedic constructions based on dental implants is promising.
Very often, tooth loss is accompanied by significant atrophy of the alveolar processes and complex anatomical and topographic conditions, while the installation of dental implants becomes a rather difficult problem.