- No bone graft necessary: The basal implant is placed in the cortex which suffers little or no atrophy
- Immediate-loading implant in 7 days: Loading must be immediate
- Success rate close to 100%: Thanks to its smooth surface, cases of Peri-implantitis (rejection) are extremely rare on this type of dental implant
- Micro-invasive: Bone drilling is extremely fine and does not damage bone tissue
Basal implantology being a technology requiring a significant infrastructure and specific training for the entire medical chain ( Dental surgeon, prosthetist, technicians ), most dentists do not have the necessary qualifications to place a basal implant. Everyone preaches for their own parish, they will tend to underestimate the qualities of the basal implant. Although it is indeed not suitable for replacing 1 or 2 teeth, the basal implant provides the best success rate when it comes to replacing all the teeth in the jaw.