(Revolutionary Basal Implants System Gives Immediate Results!)
Advantages of Basal Implant System
BOI & BCS implants are the most advanced system within the group of Basal Implants. In combination with other single piece implants they enable dental reconstruction for almost every patient. It is even suitable for people who have previously failed implantation procedures due to insufficient jaw bones and bone recession.
What is basal implantation? Bone is composed of an internal spongy (cancellous) portion which is covered with dense bone layer (corticalis). Each basal implant is placed in at least two places trough the corticalis (so called bi-cortical support). The corticalis used for anchoring of the basal implants is highly mineralized bone, with high potential of regeneration. This ensures the highest level of integration of the implants and allows their immediate loading. Basal implants differ from crest (conventional) implants in the manner of placing, the manner of force distribution, but primarily by the planning and execution of the prosthetic construction and post-operative regime.
Single Piece (Monoblock) Basal Implants KOS, BCS, BECES & KOS Series
Revolutionary shape and design of the basal implants help in treating a big variety of cases which with the conventional two-three piece crestal implants cannot. Many of basal implants have smooth surface which do not allow bacterial colonization on surfaces which many times lead to peri-implantitis and implant lost. Peri-implantitis is the most common cause for failure of conventional implants. This happens mostly because of the rough implant surface as well as the interface problems between the multiple parts of the implant (implant-abutment link). The use of monoblock, smooth surface basal implants minimize the threat of peri-implantitis by almost 98%.
Implant Surface 98% less chance of peri-implantitis and implant lost
Conventional Implants Rough Surface
Basal Implants Smooth Surface
Rough surface of conventional (crestal) implants have a great potential to harbor bacteria which means higher risk of peri-implantitis
Smooth surface of basal implants do not allow bacterial colonization and eliminates the risk of peri-implantitis almost completely
The Basal implant system surgery has been used in dentistry for over 25 years. Because there is very little pain involved with the flapless procedures, more patients accept dental implants more easily.
Immediate Loading Protocol Go home with teeth immediately after the treatment!
Basal implants are primary designed for immediate loading. 72 hours straight after the implants have been inserted our patients get their bridges loaded over the implants. There is no need to wait through a long recovery time with help of our dental technician your new full set of teeth will be fixed in place within 3-5 business days.
Avoid Bone Graft & Sinus Lift Save time, discomfort and money, get immediate result!
There is not need any more for long and painful procedures for bone augmentation - sinus lift, bone graft. Basal implants utilize not only bone height but also the bone width. That's why it is possible to treat cases where traditional systems advices preliminary bone augmentation procedures. Even diabetic patients, smokers and patients with severe gum disease CAN be treated with equal success.
Patients with Diabetes Less liability to infections
Conventional dental implants are usually contra-indicated for use in patients with diabetes. The main reason is because diabetes is connected with co-morbidities, including high liability to infections, impaired wound healing, gingivitis, periodontitis and other related gum diseases and disorders. However basal implants give very good results in controlled diabetic patients, simply because their smooth surface reduced the probability of sustaining development of bacteria infection on their surface. Even more, the area that bear the load (basal cortical bone) is far away from the areas of crestal alveolar bone where bacteria attempt to invade (in the case of conventional or crestal implants /called also by the name of bone where they are anchored/).
Patients Smokers Implants load bearing area is far away from the area affected generally by smoking
Smoking is well known negative factor in implant restorations, because it cuts the blood flow to the oral tissue. This slows the healing process and leads to higher risk of gingivitis and gingival recession, in turn which leads to peri-implantitis. In smokers, the osseo-integration may be compromised, leading to the failure of the entire restoration. In case of basal implants and immediate loading the load bearing areas are far away from the areas affected by smoking. The early stage loaded bridges also protect the gums from direct exposure of the smoke.
However, you have to keep in mind that smoking has very cancerogenic effect to the surgical area. We strongly discourage smoking during the healing phase, at least the first 3 days after the surgery.
Patients with Severe Gum Disease (Periodontitis)
In patients with severe gum disease, conventional dental implants are contra indicated. This is mainly because of higher risk of gingival infections causing implants failure. Usually the patients have multiple loose and mobile teeth, which are painful. The inflammed gums bleed easily. However, smooth surface basal implants work excellent, because they have less probability of development of bacteria infection and the load bearing are is far away from the gum regions.
These "hopeless" patients are very good candidates for full mouth restorations with basal implants. Usually during the procedure all remaining teeth (the main source of infection) are extracted and replace with implants. Even these patients, within 3 days get their new teeth loaded over the implants and can smile and eat normally.