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Fixed prosthesis on basal implant

  • Definitive fixation takes between 4 to 5 days
  • Designed for the basal area
  • Aesthetics / comfort
  • Made on site
  • Visualization in the mouth before placement
  • Repairable in the mouth

Information about fixed prosthesis

Definition of a fixed prosthesis on a basal implant

In basal implantology, the fixed prosthesis is the visible part made up of crowns (teeth). It must be perfectly performed in order to obtain a natural aesthetic and allow total comfort. The fixed prosthesis on a basal implant plays a role very important since the very principle of the latest generation basal implant is based on the distribution of chewing forces. the material specially designed by the International Implant Foundation to meet the particularities of the basal implant.

prothèse dentaire fixe

Which materials to choose for your fixed prosthesis?

The fixed prosthesis on basal implants (basal) and the materials by which it is made are constantly evolving. After zirconia or metallo-ceramic, the latest generation of materials developed by the International Implant Foundation is bi-composite ceramic. The main risk when fixing a prosthesis immediately after the placement of dental implants is that the scarring results in resorption of the soft tissues (gum). limiting this risk, the retraction of the gingiva remains possible. Bi-composite ceramic is the only material that can be corrected in the mouth and therefore fill any space during the check-up. Bi-composite ceramic also allows to obtain a texture and a comfort closest to natural teeth.

Among the other advantages, the trial in mouth is a considerable advance which prevents unpleasant surprises at the end of the treatment.

Bi-composite ceramic, (The latest generation material)

The materials used with the latest generation BAx basal dental implant have been constantly evolving since the invention of the protocol twenty years ago by Prof. Ihde. The latest material developed by the Prof. Stefan Ihde's International Implant Foundation is the bi-composite ceramic. It exhibits the best characteristics at this stage of technological advancement. It is composed of approximately 75% ceramic and 25% dental composite.

For a fixed prosthesis on traditional dental implants other materials will be recommended. See the page on dental prostheses

matériaux d'une prothèse fixe sur implant basal

Immediate loading

In basal implantology, the prosthesis is loaded immediately. This means that the prosthesis is attached to the basal dental implants within 72 to 96 hours after the operation. It is a comfort for the patient but above all an obligation of the protocol serving to distribute the chewing forces over all the basal implants. The basal implant is said to be immediately loaded. The bridge then acts as a structure connecting the dental implants to each other. In order to meet the requirements of the basal implant protocol, the prosthetic laboratory is located within the clinic itself. During the days following the placement of the basal implants, 4 to 5 tests will be carried out to ensure a perfect design.

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Occlusion of a fixed dental prosthesis on a basal implant

Occlusion is the strong point of the latest innovations from the "International Implant Foundation" and Prof. Ihde. The principle of the basal implant, as mentioned above, is based on the distribution of chewing forces. In order to comply with this rule, the 4 prosthetic steps must be followed: Occlusion test, template test, gum test then contact adjustment. Between each test, the bridge (or fixed prosthesis) goes back to the laboratory to continue its manufacture. Vacuum occlusion focuses on the following points: two premolars and half of the first molar (4, 5, 6). At rest, there should be no contact with the incisivocanins or the second molar, also called the technical abutment, which is not covered by a crown, but by a junction with the implant.

occlusion dentaire avec une prothèse fixe

FAQ Fixed dental prosthesis on basal implants

How is the prosthesis attached to basal dental implants?

How comfortable is a fixed prosthesis on a basal dental implant?

Aesthetics of the fixed prosthesis on basal implants

What is the mouth test?

Is the fixed prosthesis on basal implants solid?

Is it possible to repair a bi-composite ceramic fixed prosthesis?

What are the different possible materials for a prosthesis on basal implants?

Fixed dental prosthesis in zirconia or metallo-ceramic?

After extractions, what if a space is created between the gum and the bridge?

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