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Immediate loading after surgery

Basal implants vs. conventional dental implants

Basal implant: in what way are they different from conventional dental implants?

  • Basal implant can and should be loaded: During the implantation of conventional dental implants, in most cases it takes months before the fixation of the permanent replacement. The reason is the osseointegrational process, which has to take place in order for the implants to be strong enough to bear the load of the denture and the pressure of biting and chewing. Basal dental implants, on the other hand, work on different principles. There is no osseointegration: after the surgery the metal supported acrylic replacement connects them and provides stability and strength. There is no months-long waiting; rehabilitation of your jawbone only takes four days.

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Bad breath – Typical causes

A bad breath is disturbing for both our environment and ourselves. Specialist recommend the thorough investigation to uncover the causes, since serious illnesses can be in the background. Let’s see the most frequently occurring causes for bad breath, and the best treatment for each. Read more

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What is the basal dental implant treatment procedure?

What is the basal dental implant treatment procedure?

The basal implant treatment consists of two plus one stages, the first two of which are accomplished at the first visit, within a four-day period. Read more

Dental implant materials

Dental implant materials: What is a dental implant made of?

Dental implant materials are something nearly all patients want to know more about. From this article, you can find out all about titanium dental implants and ceramic dental implants. What are the differences and when do we use them? Read more

After dental implantation

Replacing a single tooth with a dental implant

In this article, we go along the steps of replacing a single tooth with a dental implant and a crown.

 The first step (followed by the check-up, consultation and preparation of a detailed treatment plan) is making a panoramic X-ray to see if the jaw bone is suitable for implantation. The oral surgeon examines the structure and measures the width of the jaw bone. This way, he can find the optimal dental implant to use during the surgery. Read more