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Conventional Implants Vs Basal Implants

  Conventional Implants Basal Implants
1 Two-piece implants Single piece implants
2 Placed in alveolar bone Engaged the basal bone
3 Quality of Alveolar bone is compromised Basal bone - Good quality
4 After extraction 3-6 months waiting period need Immediate loading
5 High risk of infection, periimplantitis. Strict oral hygiene maintainence smooth surface implant and shank is narrow so risk of periimplantitis is very minimal. Normal oral hygiene maintainence enough
6 Surgical procedure Flapless, closed technique.(key hole technique)
7 Prolonged Healing time-clinically significant Healing time is minimal comparatively
8 Expensive Less expensive
9 Invasive procedure—Patient tiredness High patient
10 Not possible in diabetic situation successful in diabetic patients
11 High risk of failure in smokers Even in Smokers -100% success rate
12 Two piece crestal implants often require delayed loading & two surgical phases at times Immediate loading

 

Authored by Dr. C. Murugavel, M.D.S

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