Basal Implant

Dental implants that use the  cortical bone for implant retention are known as basal implants. These implants are one-of-a-kind and specifically engineered for gaining anchorage by immediate loading.

 

People ask this question a lot: "Why is the base bone so strong?" It is already there when the teeth start to grow. Getting support from the base of the bone is a very strong way to put the implant in. There is a lot of bone in this area, so the implants are put there. Because the basal bone is the strongest, we can put the denture in as soon as three days at the most. The basal implants are very stable and more specific to how well the treatment works.

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