Basal implants FIX-PE-LOC
The revolutionary and completely new method for dental implantation, where bone augmentation is not necessary even in the worst cases.
This type of implant is made of a biocompatible titanium alloy. The basal implants consist of a single piece, unit. The implant and the abutment are monolithically connected.
What is basal implantation?
The bones are composed of a spongy internal portion, covered with a dense, corticalis layer. Each basal implant is placed in at least two places in the corticalis. The corticalis used for anchoring the basal implants is highly mineralized and with high regeneration rates. This ensures the integration of dental implants and allows them to be immediately loaded. Basal implants differ from other implants by way of placement, the mode of force distribution, but primarily by planning and executing prosthetic construction and postoperative regimen.
The implants of the basal implants are placed without the flap (through the gum) without any incision.
Characteristics of basal implants
- Basal implants have a special shape that allows them to be placed even in cases of severe bone atrophy in patients with “insufficient”
- Basal implants are placed in a single visit, so this method is less traumatic than other types of implants
- It can be used as an anchor for dentures and allows the patient to immediately restore the mastication function
- Their placement is indicated for three or more adjacent missing teeth because they require a larger place for the benefit of the bones
- Basal implants are indicated for almost all patients, even without teeth
- Basal implants can be placed even in the presence of a small vertical bone height if a horizontal bone is sufficient
- The usual treatment objective includes a fixed / bridge / 12 teeth structure on each jaw
- Removable prostheses can be placed on basal implants and thus improve denture retention
- Unique crowns can also be placed over basal implants. They are only loaded immediately in certain situations
- No intraoperative or preoperative infection can affect the outcome of treatment. There is no risk of periimplantitis and bone loss around the implants. Oral hygiene requirements for the patient are less demanding due to the resistance of basal implants.
- Basal implants are the first choice for moderate or severe atrophy of the jaw and in cases where patients want to reintroduce the masticatory function immediately.
- There is no need to replace the bone (augmentation of the bones) and lift the sinuses before placing the implants
- Placement is possible even in patients with periodontitis. Advanced, hopeless, periodontal conditions can be treated with basal implants in a single visit. After the removal of parodontal soft and soft teeth, the patient is immediately ready for implant placement
- Basal implants can be placed immediately after teeth extraction in one visit
- Potential implantation complications are minimized as placement is associated with less invasive surgery, and implants are placed in the deep layers of the sterile bone. This reduces the risk of infection several times compared to other dental implant procedures.
- The placement of basal implants is lower than the classic procedure due to reduced treatment steps
- The risk of infection and rejection is minimal because the implants are resistant to infections
- Basal implants can be placed in smokers and patients with diabetes. Postoperative implant care includes a perfect oral hygiene (tooth brushing, dental floss, mouthwash) and regular check-ups. Otherwise, it is very likely that you compromise the implant and the implant will be lost.
- You have to make radiography. The surgeon makes an analysis and prepares a treatment plan that is discussed with the patient
- Patient and mouth preparation for intervention
- Selection of individual implants / individual design /
- Implant placement is preceded by local anesthesia
- If it is necessary to extract the teeth, the implants are placed in their places and the bonnets are fixed at the right angle, in order to obtain parallelism with the other dental implants
- On the third day after surgery, permanent implant fixings are fixed and the patient can load them
- After surgery, the patient should perform routine and radiographic examinations after about 6 months
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