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A dental implant is the ideal replacement for a missing teeth. Dental implant, is a prototype of a natural tooth root, made of the most biocompatible metal, titanium, which fuses to the jaw bone (osseointegrates) over a period of time. A crown is placed over it. If done well, it looks ,feels and lasts like the real tooth it replaces. Dr Balaji’s hospitals, one of the pioneers in implant dentistry in Chennai.

Guided implants:

Guided dental implant surgery is when the dentist utilizes advanced machinery and imaging technology to “guide “ or aid them to manufacture and place dental implants more efficiently, precisely and accurately.

Basal implants:

Basal implants are dental implants that employ the basal cortical portion of the jaws for implant retention. These implants are uniquely and specifically designed for the sole purpose of gaining anchorage from the basal cortical bone and have gone through several changed and modifications in past several decades. Basal implants are the most advanced implants, successful for any condition of bone.
Basal implant is present in everyone, despite severe bone loss due to gum disease or loss of teeth. As such , they are highly recommended for patients who are in need of bone grafts and sinus lift. There are no absolute contraindications for basal implants.

  • Basal implants are very successful in the following conditions:
  • Sinus lift
  • Less bone density
  • Gum disease and infected teeth
  • Smokers
  • And regular bone which will eventually shrink with time.

How basal implants canbe placed in deficient bone without bone grafts and sinus lift

Bone maintains its shape, as long as there is function associated with it. The alveolar bone appears and disappears with the presence of teeth. In contrast , the basal bone is maintained by the stimulus of the muscles inserted into it. These muscles always maintain the form, shape and density is very high where muscles are inserted on the bone surface. This bone is very resistant to resorption and infection. Any implant engaging the cortex of basal bone is termed “Basal Implant”.

Fixed teeth in 6 days

Fixed teeth in a day, sometimes referred to as same- day teeth or All-on -4 , is a treatment technique where by a whole arch of failing or missing teeth is replaced with dental implants in a single visit.

Nobel bio care implants

Nobel biocare is a company that manufactures dental implants and CAD/CAM based individualized prosthetics and is headquartered in kloten, Switzerland near the Zurich airport. It is true that the success of dental implants depends largely on your general and oral health, jaw bone density and the expertise of your prosthodontist. At the same time , the dental implant manufacturer chosen by the dentist also contributes to the longevity of your implants not to mention the esthetic results. Nobel biocare offers a most comprehensive catalog of dental implants and related products that are considered gold standards in providing implant treatments. All their implants are made from grade 4 titanium with a tiunite surface treatment. The resulting rough surface texture increases the surface area in the implants and expedite osseointegration even under conditions Like low bone density and immediate loading. Nobel Biocare offers a 10-year-guarantee for dental implants.

Immediate loading Implants

The earliest possible restoration to achieve proper form and function is a hallmark of all surgical specialties. This principle underlies the concept for immediate loading of dental implants. The concept of immediate loading is applied in the very early stages of dental implants. The failure of the earliest trails of dental implants was high and often occur shortly after attempts at functional loading.

What is immediate loading?
  • Immediate occlusal loading refers to full functional occlusal loading of an implant with in 2 weeks of the placement.
  • Early occlusal loading refers to functional loading between 2 weeks and 3 months of implant placement.
  • Non functional immediate restoration refers to implant prostheses placed within 2 weeks of implant placement with no direct functional occlusal loading.
  • Nonfunctional early restoration refers to implant prostheses delivered between 2 weeks and 3 months from implant placement.
  • Delayed occlusal loading refers to the restoration of an implant more than 3 months after placement.