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Dental implant without bone

Dental implant "without bone"and without graft

The basal dental implant is designed to reach a specific part of the bone, the cortex. It, therefore, avoids bone grafting and sinus lift. To understand how it is possible to place a dental implant on a patient who is said to have "no more bones", it is necessary to understand how the tissue of the jawbone is made up.

Implant dentaire basal atrophie osseuse et manque d'os

Place a basal dental implant with bone loss

The basal implant makes it possible to treat so-called"bone-less"patients since it will reach the cortical part of the bone thanks to a hundred different shapes and sizes of the last basal implant generation (Strategic implant). We find the ranges BCS ®, BECES ® - KOS ® and BCS-MU ® etc. Each one is adapted to reach the parts of the bone on the zones which one calls strategic. These zones of the jawbone are located under the nose (subnasal zone), at the bottom at the level of the tooth of wisdom, and below between the 2 canines.

On the basis of this principle, the placement of a dental implant when it is of the strategic basal implant type makes it possible to treat patients suffering from even extreme bone atrophy.

Basal implant: basic principle

protocole de traitement implant basal

How is it possible to lose bone?

When your dentist tells you that you have no more bones, he should instead say that you have no more cancellous bone. Indeed, bone is made up of 2 parts - the cancellous part and the cortical part, also called hard bone or basal bone.

It is the spongy part which undergoes the main atrophy. The cortical part, on the other hand, is more mineralized and remains significantly present in very specific areas: Under the nasal area, around the sinuses and in the level of wisdom teeth.

Constitution of the jawbone

Basal implant to avoid bone grafts

Thanks to dental clinics with state-of-the-art technology, renowned partner dentists and dentists such as Professor Idhe (European specialist in the treatment of so-called "complex"cases, without bone suffering from 'severe bone atrophy), Anveli Dental now makes it possible to avoid bone grafting for patients suffering from a lack of bone. Each of the dental clinics specializes in a field of activity including the treatment of severe bone atrophy. Many dentists around the world turn to Anveli Dental for the placement of basal dental implants when their patients suffer from atrophy and too much bone loss to be treated with conventional techniques.

After the study of your panoramic X-ray carried out in our center of expertise in Zurich, we will indicate to you in which dental clinic we will be able to place your dental implants even if you suffer from a loss and significant bone atrophy.

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