The overall success rate of basal implants placed in the jawbone is 98.9%. The success rate of the overall operation after correction rises to 99.8% in the patients studied. not having wished to proceed with the replacement of an implant was considered to be a failure.
We will note several important details which have been brought to light by several major specialists in basal implantology. No case of peri-implantitis has been observed and the failure rate is not greater in smokers, diabetics, and patients with hypertension.
Among the post-operative problems encountered, we note that it is on the prosthetic part that the risks are highest. We thus find the following problems:
- Discoloration of teeth
Possible causes: tobacco, poor hygiene, saliva too acidic
Correction to be carried out: polishing of teeth
- Broken tooth
Possible causes: Invisible micro crack, accidental blow
Correction to be made: Change of the tooth in the mouth
Among the rarer risks we find:
- Gum retraction
Causes: Large number of extractions
Correction to be carried out: Restoration in the mouth or change of the bridge
Operation of the basal implant