Basal Implants in India - Immediate Loading Implants
- Basal Implant refers to the implants utilizing principles of utilizing basal bone areas which are free of infection and resorption. The Basal Implant is a new broad indications and almost no limitations. It could also be categorized to be an "Oral Division of Orthopedic surgery as per Basal Implant centre in Mumbai at Trisa Dental Solutions". We were one of the first providers of Immediate Basal Implant system in Mumbai, India.
Advantages & Benefits of having Immediate Loading Basal Implants
- Flap less implant (no cut, minimal bleeding, faster recovery)
- No bone grafting
- No more sinus lift
- No waiting fixed teeth in 3 days
single missing tooth replaced using basal implant.
- There is no need of large supply of bone for Basal Implants to be placed.
- Waiting time is not required for the bone to heal after removal of unrestorable teeth, in order basal implants to be placed.
- ven patients with low quality and quantity of bone can be treated in immediate load protocol, without any additional often expensive and invasive bone build up techniques.
- Patients with advanced periodontal disease, Basal Implants can be placed instantly after tooth extraction or removal.
- Patient comes with weak, loose teeth and in few hours leave with aesthetic pleasant, and permanent teeth.
- Any patient treated with Basal Implants can have its chewing function immediately restored.
|Criteria||Conventional Implants||Swiss Technology (Basal Implants)|
|Shape and Structure||
Root form - designed to imitate roots of a tooth
The implants look like an inverted T
|Endosseous Section||Screw shaped with machined / sandblasted / HA coated surfaces.||Flat / blade like surfaces with spaces permitting bone in growth.|
|Technique||Insertion thro' crestal bone has connection with oral cavity much more than basal implants||Flapless (no cut), Insertion in basal bone. Load bearing area of implant has no connection with the oral cavity.|
|Bone requirement||Vertical bone - both crestal and rarely a small portion of basal bone.||Can be done even in resorbed (weak) bones without bone grafting.|
|Armamentarium||A large set of instruments are necessary for procedures.||Instrumentation and skill is completely different and requires additional training.|
|Bone grafting procedures||Essential in cases of deficiency in bone height. Grafting procedures give unpredictable results||Not required|
|Bone displacement||Considerable bone substance displacement / loss occurs and varies with size and length of implant. Crestal bone is more susceptible to resorption||Displace upto 60% less bone substance. Bone integrity and perfusion are barely impaired. Basal bone - highly resistant to resorption|
|Mucosal penetration diameter||Larger chances of peri implantitis, vertical bone loss, crater like bone loss and infections are relatively high||Smaller (1.9 - 2.3mm. only). The whole vertical implant part is polished - hence, chances of problems seen as in the case of crestal implants relatively very low.|
|Anatomy - proximity to Maxillary Sinus & Inf.Alveolar Nerve||Very important consideration and technique is to be modified accordingly. Bone augmentation essential in most cases.||Overcoming unfavorably placed Maxillary Sinus and Inferior Alveolar Nerve is possible|
|Abutment angulations||Two piece implants have to have pre-angulated abutments. KOS single piece implants provide angulated as well as bendable abutment provisions.||All Swiss Implants have bendable abutments.|
|Loading||Two piece implants often require delayed loading & two surgical phases at times.||Immediate Loading, no waiting time to get teeth - all patients get fixed teeth in 3 days.|
|Healing||Prolonged healing time - clinically significant||Bone healing time not clinically significant|
|Masticatory forces||Act in the vertical direction along the sides of the screw structure||Transferred to the basal plate deep into the cortical bone areas which are able to accept large loads and have great capacity for regeneration.|
|The Bone-Implant Relationship||The bone needs to be modified to suit the implant which is selected for the site of implantation||The implant selected for the site can be modified to suit the available bone height and width|
|Applications in destructive periodontitis & after multiple extractions of teeth||Placement nearly impossible and success is unpredictable.||Placement of implants very much possible and results are excellent.|
|Smoking patients||Failure rate is nearly 100%||Best option for smoking patients|
|Controlled diabetic patients||Crestal implants always run a risk of failure in cases where there are blood sugar variations||Blood sugar variations may not affect the survival of the implant at all.|