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Risques de rejet d'un implant dentaire

Dental Implant

Basal implant vs traditional dental implant?

Basal Implants

Basal implantology is recommended for treating at least one complete jaw. It does not require bone grafting or sinus lift and the treatment is done in a 7-day step. The basal implant is the latest generation of 'Dental implant.

Traditional implants

The traditional dental implant is suitable for the replacement of a tooth or a small segment. It requires a bone graft or a sinus lift due to loss and lack of bone. The treatment is carried out in at least 2 steps.

Basal implant vs traditional dental implant?

What is a dental implant?

Which dental implant to choose?

Which dentist to choose for placing your dental implants?

Placement of a dental implant under general anesthesia

Place a dental implant when bone is missing

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Dental implant: The risks

dental implant carries risks of rejection

The placement of a dental implant involves risks of rejection ...

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Avoid rejection of a basal dental implant

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The basal implant avoids the risk of rejection ...

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Boneless dental implant

boneless basal implant

The basal dental implant can be placed with bone loss and without resorting to bone grafting. How is it possible to place a “bone-less” dental implant? What is the success rate?

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Opinion and testimony after surgical treatment of severe periodontitis

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