Basal Implantation Gurgaon, South Delhi, Bangalore
The branch of cosmetic dentistry has witnessed paradigm shift in dental implantation treatment. We, at Cosmodent India, offer a complete new and revolutionary method for dental implantation where the need for bone augmentation does not exist at all, not even in the worst cases. Made of biocompatible titanium alloy, basal implants are one single implant or unit and abutment are monolithically joined. The dental experts at the Cosmodent India make sure that you get the most effective results of this procedure.
What is basal implantation?
Bone is made of an internal spongy or portion or cancellous that is covered with dense bone corticalis or layer. Each basal implant is put in at least two places in bone layer. The corticalis that are used for anchoring of the basal implants at the Cosmodent India is highly mineralized along with the high rate of regeneration. This, in turn, ensures the incorporation of dental implants and enables their immediate loading. Basal implants differ from axial or crest implants in the manner of force distribution and in the manner of placing, however primarily by the planning as well as execution of the post-operative regime and prosthetic construction.
Design of implants Lateral basal implants, BOI® brand, with a large horizontal plane and decreased reduced vertical components Basal compression screws ® with a thread for cortical penetration.Lateral basal implants are placed from the lateral aspects or side of the jaw. Existing bone height for this should be up to 3mm. the cortical anchor makes for a guaranteed osseointegration and safe distribution.Cosmodent India has dental surgeons who have expertise in performing this procedure with high success rate.
Screw Basal Implants are placed through the gum without making any kind of incision. Their placement is as similar as crest implant; however basal implants transfer pressure over cortical bone.
Advantages of the basal implants
- Prosthesis are loaded immediately within 72 hours of the surgery
- Most of these implants get support from the basal bone that are highly resistant resorption, just similar to the conventional implants which take support from the crestal bone. Basal cortical bone has a much stable and faster repairing capacity.
- Single piece implantation technology minimizes the risk of failure of implants because of the interface problems between the connection that exist in traditional two and three piece implants.
- It is a minimally invasive procedure even in the worst situations. The single piece screw type implants are easy to be inserted in a minimally invasive way – often minimum bone cutting and flapless. These implants are not only self-tapping but also condense bone at the time of the insertion of the implantation. Given that it is a minimally invasive procedure, it is associated with the minimum post-surgery edema and healing is quick and non-eventful.
At Cosmodent India, we explain the entire procedure to the patients. You cans schedule at appointment with the Cosmodent India and know more about this procedure.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS-(TOPIC)
1.What are basal implants and how are different from other dental implants?
Basal bones are different from common dental implants in the position where they are placed and the actual shape of implants.
The conventional implants are positioned in the crestal portion of jaw bone, this bone is of less quality and the crestal part is more prone for resorption. This type of bone is lost slowly after natural teeth are removed.
The basal implants are inserted into the lower part of the jaw bone which is known as a basal bone. This bone is less prone to resorption and infections. This bone has increased density and is highly mineralized. Basal bone provides excellent support to the implants and a long-lasting solution to the missing teeth.
Basal implants are mostly single piece implants- beces and koc while conventional are two-piece.
2.Are basal implants safe?
Basal implants are painless swizz technology. They are safe and are highly recommended for patients with high bone loss and chances of infection. There is no risk of peri-implant it is since basal bones are less prone to infection. There is no healing period required after placing the implant, this makes the procedure much faster. Placement of basal implants are often flapless procedures; this is ideal for old age patients and diabetic patients.
3.How long do basal implants last?
Like any other dental implants, the basal implant’s success rate highly depended on the experience of dental surgeons and the material and brands used. Ideally, basal implants last for a lifetime and the longevity is highly dependent on the post-operative maintenance and regular checkups. At Cosmodent India we provide lifetime warranty for basal implants however prosthesis is subjected to wear and tear as it takes all the load.
4.How many basal implants are required in one jaw?
The number of implants needed in a jaw is determined by the volume of bone density and the nature of the treatment. On average, in the upper jaw, we place around 10 implants and in the lower jaw, we place around 8 implants. Dr.Aman Ahuja who got his training from Dr.Stephan(father of basal implantology) in GERMANY. Our team of implantologist study your case and they determine the number of basal implants required for bringing back the functionality and look of missing teeth.
5. Are Basal Implants painful?
Virtually painless with minimum post-operative pain as treatment is done flapless.
6. Which are the best brands for basal implants?
Cosmodent India uses basal implants from the following brands,
- IDHE Dental implants
- GenXT / Roots
- Mono Implants
These brands have the best reputation and research data and a high success rate.
7. How long does it take to complete a basal dental implant?
8. Which implants is better - basal implant or conventional implants?
These are two different techniques for dental implants. There is no comparison of basal with conventional implants. Both techniques are equally good and it’s up to the dentist to analyze the situation of bone and suggest the best dental implant technique to the patient. Each implant has its own pros and cons. However, there are many benefits of the basal dental implant but at times it is not always possible to restore teeth immediately with basal implants. Basal implants work on the principle of ossteofixation while conventional implants work on the principle of osseointegration.
9. Can I start eating normally from day 1 with basal implants?
Yes, you can start enjoying your food from day1 however very hard food like nuts/dry fruits are to be avoided for an initial 3 months.
10. Cost / Price of basal dental implants in India?
Basal implants are immediate dental implants where we can complete the procedure in a single day.
- A single basal implant costs Rs. 15,000 to Rs.30,000 (US$ 300 to US$ 600).
- For the full-mouth basal implant, the price range will be Rs.1.5 - Rs. 5 lakh (US$ 5000) per jaw.
11. How can I find exact cost of basal implant for myself?
These above mentioned average pricing however to find exact pricing we suggest you to:
- Connect to team Cosmodent India over Call/Whatsapp +91-9667666866
- E-mail pictures/ x-rays if any at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Schedule your appointment with Cosmodent branch dental clinic nearby