Basal implant systems are designed in such a manner that they give exceptional stability during immediate loading in your jaws.
The surgeon will place them immediately after extraction of teeth in basal /cortical bone, unlike other implants requiring crestal bone (which supports teeth in your jaws).
This bone is more resistant to resorption compared with crestal bone. Some of the advantages of basal implants are-
- It does not usually require any bone grafting procedure.
- You have few in clinic appointments.
- Bone healing time is not significant here.
- Best option for smokers and diabetics.
- Do not require adequate bone height. It works well even in unfavorable bone conditions.
- It has a minimal invasive procedure.
- Its procedure has minimal blood and bone loss.
- Fast post operative recovery and minimum discomfort.
- Ideal for full mouth rehab too. It can also facilitate implant placement immediately following multiple extractions in a single stage anesthesia.
- Due to their placement in basal bone, they can resist resorption and high repair
capability so they are not much affected by high mastication forces.
- It is also useful to treat for medically compromised patients.
- Have low failure rate.