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ماهي زراعة الاسنان؟

زرعة الأسنان هي عبارة عن عمود من التيتانيوم يتم وضعه جراحيا في عظم الفك كدعم للسن البديل. وبعكس أطقم الاسنان او الجسور القابلة للازالة، توفر زرعات الأسنان ثباتا عاليا وفعالاً ولا تؤثر على الأسنان السليمة المجاورة. تحاكي زرعات الأسنان قوة اسنانك الطبيعية وتحافظ على حيوية عظام الفك.

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History of Dental implants

  The safety and efficiency of titanium implant “fixtures” go as far back as 1952 when a Swedish physician (Dr. Per-Ingvar Brånemark) serendipitously discovered the bone-bonding properties of this metal. His ongoing clinical research and experimentation led finally to extraordinary applications in dental medicine and the first dental patient was treated with titanium dental implants in 1965.

Basal implants were developed and improved in various stages, by the German and French dentists primarily. The single-piece implant was first developed and used by Dr. Jean-Marc Jullietin in 1972.

In 1997, lateral basal implants were introduced by Dr. Ihde in the way the “Disk implants” were developed. These implants were round in design and the surface was initially roughened.

In 2002 the base plate design was invented that was fracture proof and was later patented in the United States and Europe, Bending zones were introduced in the vertical implant shaft.

From 2005 onwards, the experiences with lateral basal implants were transformed to screw (BCS, GBC) designs. Ø In 1999 vertical shaft surfaces were polished, from 2003 the whole basal implant was produced with polished surface, as polished surfaces show no tendency to inflammation, and in case of sterile loosening, reintegration of the implant was possible if the load was adjusted in time. Roughened osseous surfaces were found to lack this ability. The design was developed to leave enough elasticity for the development and functional stimulation of bone

Conventional crystal implantology


In crystal implantology, implants are referred to as crystal-type implants if they are inserted into the jaw bone coming from the crystal alveoli and whose main load-transmitting surfaces are vertical. The traditional implants use the alveolar bone – this type of bone is lost after teeth are removed and decreases throughout life as function reduces. It is standard practice to insert screws at least 10–13 mm in length in the anterior segment of the mandible because this part of the mandible usually offers sufficient vertical bone. However, in patients with very little available vertical bone, crystal implants are contraindicated.



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Can Anyone Get Dental Implants?

In most cases, anyone healthy enough to undergo a routine dental extraction or oral surgery can be considered for a dental implant. Patients should have healthy gums and enough bone to hold the implant.

No Need Bone grafting & Sinus left
Basal implants are the most advanced implants, successful for any condition of bone. It can be used on patients with any bone density and any bone volume. These implants engage the highly dense cortical bone which has least propensity for resorption. Basal-bone is present in everyone, despite severe bone loss due to gum disease or loss of teeth. As such, they are highly recommended for patients who are in need of bone grafts and sinus lift
Permanent Solution For Missing Tooth

History of the basal implants:

First, the single-piece implant was developed and used by Dr. Jean-Marc Juliet in 1972. Because no homologous cutting tools are produced for this implant, its use is fairly demanding.

In the mid-1980s, French dentist, Dr. Gerard Scortecci, invented an improved basal implant system completed with matching cutting tools. Together with a group of dental surgeons, he developed disk implants. Since the mid-1990s, a group of dentists in Germany have developed new implant types and more appropriate tools, based on the disk-implant systems. These efforts then gave rise to the development of the modern basal osseointegrated implant or lateral basal implants.

The rationale of using basal implants

Teeth are present in less dense bone portions of the jawbones called the alveolar bone. This is also known as the crystal bone of the jaw. The less-dense alveolar or crestal bone gradually starts getting resorbed and recedes once the teeth are lost. The bone which ultimately remains after regression of the alveolar bone following the loss of teeth is the basal bone which lies below the alveolar bone.

This basal bone is less prone to bone resorption and infections. It is highly dense, colocalized, and offers excellent support to implants. The conventional implants are placed in the crestal alveolar bone which comprises bone of less quality and is more prone to resorption.

The basal bone is less prone to bone resorption because of its highly dense structure. The implants which take support from the basal bone offer an excellent and long-lasting solution for tooth loss. At the same time, the load-bearing capacities of the cortical bone are many times higher than those of the spongious bone.


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Are Basal implants safe?

Basal implants are safe and are highly recommended for patients with high bone loss and chances of infection. There is no risk of peri-implantitis since basal bones are less prone to infection.
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Advantages of Basal Implant System

BCS implants are the most advanced system within the group of basal implants. In combination with other single-piece implants, they enable dental reconstruction for almost any patient. They are even suitable for people who have previously failed implantation procedures due to insufficient jawbones and bone recession.

What is basal implantation? Bones are composed of an internal spongy (cancellous) portion which is covered with a dense bone layer (cortical). Each basal implant is placed in at least two points through the cortical (the so-called bi-cortical support). The cortical used for anchoring of the basal implants is a highly mineralized bone with a strong potential for regeneration.

This ensures the highest level of integration of the implants and allows their immediate loading. Basal implants differ from crest (conventional) implants in the manner of placing, the manner of force distribution, but primarily by the planning and execution of the prosthetic construction and post-operative regime.

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Immediate Loading Protocol

Go home with teeth immediately after the treatment!

Basal implants are primarily designed for immediate loading. 72 hours straight after the implants have been inserted, our patients get their bridges loaded over the implants. There is no need to wait through a long recovery. With the help of our dental technicians, your new full set of teeth will be fixed in place within 3-5 business days.

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Avoid Bone Graft & Sinus Lift

Save time, discomfort, and money, get immediate results!

There is no need anymore to go through long and painful procedures for bone augmentation – sinus lift and bone graft. Basal implants utilize not only the bone height but also the bone width. That’s why it is possible to treat cases where traditional systems recommend preliminary bone augmentation. Even diabetic patients, smokers, and patients with severe gum disease CAN be treated with equal success.

Patients with Diabetes

Less susceptibility to infections

Conventional dental implants (Classic) are usually contraindicated for use with diabetic patients. The main reason is that diabetes is associated with co-morbidities, including high susceptibility to infections, impaired wound healing, gingivitis, periodontitis, and other related gum diseases and disorders. However,

Basal implants give very good results in controlled diabetic patients, simply because their smooth surface reduces the probability of sustained development of bacterial infection on their surface. What is more, the load-bearing area (basal cortical bone) is far-off from the areas of crestal alveolar bone where bacteria attempt to invade (in the case of conventional or crystal implants, also called bone, where they are anchored). Read More About Basal Implant

Modern Dentistry – Dr. Motiwala International Dental Implant Center

With an in-house 3D CBCT SCAN, every implant planning and placement is done with ultimate precision. Hi-tech CAD-CAM supported in-house dental laboratory with best versatile and artistic dental technicians, in high profile Prosthodontics (tooth replacement specialists), make sure you get the most natural-looking, functional teeth in just 3 days’ time.

There are 3 branches of Dr. Motiwala in Hyderabad city, but advanced implant treatments are performed only in a dedicated Implant center. No general dental treatments are done in this zone. It means that implant treatments are done with high standards of sterilization and state-of-the-art equipment.

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