An intention for these implants for immediate loading, and therefore you get your permanent fixed teeth immediately in 5 days. These implants have a high success rate for all patients.
Why is this method now considered to be the most successful in modern implantology? Does it have any signs? The dentist would insert basal implants in the base of mandibular bone, the biological processes, which occur in it, do not cause atrophy of the bone tissue in the absence of the tooth.
Benefits of Basal Implants
- Basal Implants can apply in severe cases of bone atrophy. Advanced periodontal conditions can treat with immediate loading basal implants in just one visit.
- The place in the deeper layers of bone tissue, which is more robust, provides the survival and durability of the implant, without problems of an infectious factor.
- Immediate loading basal implants are suitable for almost all patients, including those that smoke, have diabetes, and have no roots.
- The treatment claims a 98% success rate, a higher rate than that of traditional implants.
- Rate of health complications in basal implants is meager to none. It is due to less invasive surgery and the position of the implants deep into the sterile bone.
- Moreover, basal implants can be placed at an angle so that to use the bone area sufficient for this purpose.
- Patients can get fixed teeth in 3-5 days. Quick loading basal implants can be placed immediately after extraction of teeth during a single visit.
- Installation of quick loading basal implants can cost less than traditional implantation due to the shortened volume of treatment stages.
- Oral cleanliness requirements of the patient are less demanding; however, the patients must have perfect oral hygiene and regular check-ups.
Types of Basal Implants
There are four basic types of basal implants
- Screw Form.
- Disk Form.
- Plate Form.
- Other Forms.
These screwable basal implants are flapless, and We can embed through the gum, without giving a single cut, inserted like a conventional implant. BCS provides at least initially some elasticity, and they are not likely to pre-implants due to their glossy surface and their thin mucosal entrance width.
There were two disks at the bottom of the implants. First is called crestal drive as it lies in the crestal bone after placing of the implant. This disk serves a dual purpose, i.e., shortly after implant installation this disk provides and maintains primary stability and after osseointegration this disk followers into a load-bearing and distributing component.
It is the other disk at the base of the implant and is the last part of the implant body. This part is also kept bright and is a load-bearing and sharing element. The role of the shaft attached to the basal disk is elastic and can also be bent by 15°-25°4, 6. Distance between the crestal and basal disks is usually 5 mm.
Basal implants are dental implants that use the basal cortical part of the jaws for implant holding. The modern basal implant has a new yet simple design, surgical protocol and is a prosthetic kind system. These implants specially created for the sole purpose of gaining anchorage from the basal cortical bone and have gone through several changes and Modifications in the past several decades. These features have led several practitioners around the globe to include basal implantology in their practices, and so far, this system has delivered nearly successful results.