Basal Implant

Basal Implant

What exactly is the basal implant? The basal implantology, which is also called cortical, or biocortical implant system, has been developed and it includes the positioning of implants at the basal cortical bone, which offers exceptional quality cortical bones because of preservation of those complex implants. The basal implant would be the most innovative among…

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Smooth-Surface Implants

Dental implants are perfect replacements for missing teeth that patients may lose due to an accident, failed endodontic surgery, gum infections or poor oral cleanliness. Dental implants serve the same function as a natural tooth root in anchoring teeth. These implants resemble like metallic screws with either a roughened or smooth surface. Dental implants are…

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No peri-implantitis

Dental implants are commonly used for the replacement of missing teeth in patients with partial or complete edentulism. Study of long-term follow-up results shows satisfactory results in the rehabilitation of the patient’s function and durability rates of 100%. The classic procedure for dental implants are not free of complications and long-term prognosis can be altered…

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Graftless Solutions

In the past, patients who have attempted out dental implants and have a low bone density in the jaw have been turned away, subjected to expensive and long grafting methods, or risked the entrance of additional foreign material into the mouth. Fortunately, technologies have advanced so that even those with low bone density in the…

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No Sinus Lift

No Sinus Lift

No Sinus Lift – Making painful sinus lift dental implants a thing of the past The dental implant called the no sinus lift implant provides a less traumatic and painful solution that minimizes swelling and allows patients to return to their normal lives a day or less after the procedure. The system involves a closed…

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Key Hole Surgery

Loss of a tooth or multiple teeth is a general Dental problem, therefore the replacement of these missing teeth is of eminent importance in today’s society. Dental Implants are generally considered the hallmark method for replacing the missing teeth, but if you are scared of this long surgical procedures during the placement of an implant,…

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Bloodless Surgery

With the Advancement in technology and high standards of surgical equipment, the new period has made dental medical procedures Bloodless and Painless. Bloodless surgery is an approach to health care that bypasses the use of transfused blood. It has evolved over the last two decades, however, to include changed attitudes toward blood conservation as well…

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