Basal Implants | Patient Success Story
- Dr Rohan Virani on 3/9/2022

A 73-year-old male patient presented to the clinic with the complaint of mobility and pain with respect to his teeth in the lower jaw resulting in discomfort while chewing food. On intraoral examination, it was noticed that the lower jaw had few missing teeth and the teeth which were present had severe periodontal issues, were decayed, and were causing all the pain and discomfort.

The patient was very fond of having a variety of food but the condition of his teeth kept him away from this. Hence he was willing to a fixed long-term treatment to all these problems at the earliest, causing the least possible trauma making the procedure as painless as possible.

After having a thorough discussion with the patient, and explaining to him the different treatment options decision was made of rehabilitating his mouth with Basal implants which are supported by fixed prosthesis, this process does not require any cuts or any requirement for bone grafting making the procedure more atraumatic.

Brief About Basal Implants:

Basal implant procedure refers to the principles of utilizing basal bone which is free of infection and resorption. The basal implant is a new broad indication and has almost no limitations.

It could be categorized to be an “Oral Division of Orthopedic surgery as per Basal Implant Center in Mumbai at Trisa Dental Solutions.” We were one of the first providers of the Immediate Basal Implant system in Mumbai, India.

Here are a few advantages & benefits of Basal implants:

  • Flapless implants, which means the treatment will involve no cuts, and bleeding will be minimal.
  • No bone grafting is required.
  • Faster recovery.
  • Basal implants are also called immediate loading implants because they are loaded in 72 hours.

After a thorough review of the patient’s medical and dental history, a comprehensive dental examination is completed, including a proper radiographic assessment which confirmed the diagnosis of severe periodontitis along with the involvement of periapical infection with the decayed, unrestorable teeth. Hence all the teeth in the lower jaw causing the trouble were extracted. The following image presents the preoperative image of the lower jaw after complete extraction.