What are basal dental implants?

Basal implants are highly advanced & latest system within the whole group of implant surgical treatment procedures. These tooth implant utilizes the basal cortical portion of the jaw bone for retention of dental implants, which is designed to accommodate the basal cortical regions of jaw bones.

These implants are only & only designed for Immediate Loading – Immediate functioning so as the patient will be able to get his permanent new tooth with next 1 to 2 days’ time of implant placement.

Basal implants are single piece implants, where the implant body and the abutment are fused to a single piece which minimizes the chances of failure of implants.

Basal Dental Implants available in India has got many shapes, cylindrical or an inverted T from IHDE company (a disk) and are anchored firmly at the side of the jaw-bone. The secure support is got by the solid outer wall of the bone, naturally richly supplied with blood.

Basal dental implants from IHDE Company are those types of implants which are placed in the basal bone. This implant system engages bi-cortically the basal bone making it stable from day one. The masticatory forces are well transferred and well-tolerated by the bone.

Basal tooth Implants may be loaded immediately and can perform immediate function as well. Due to their particular shape, these dental implants can guarantee a stable healing into the jaw-bone, even if a poor height of your dental ridges or a progressing atrophy of the jaw-bone is given.

Dr Amit & Vandana Goswami’s advanced basal dental implant treatment team, proudly doing these implants as the first basal dental implant clinic in north India doing these implants since long with high success rates in their full mouth rehabilitation and reconstruction cases. We are able to give our patients new set of full teeth with in 24 to 48 hrs of implant placement.

With these implants in our hands – our implant clinic in Delhi is looked at from more than 70 countries from people having very less or you can say NO – BONE cases for rehabilitation with these implants. Some of our happy patients for whom we did these implants have been refused by so many implant clinics because of their deficient bone and now after our successful treatment, they are happy to chew food and eat well.

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Why basal dental implants?

Basal tooth implants are also called as Cortical bone implants are advance implantology system which utilizes basal / cortical portion of the jaw bones for retention of the implants.

These implants are single piece implants, uniquely designed to be accommodated within the cortical bone area, bone in this area used to be very dense and of excellent quality for retention of these highly advance implant system.

These implants are new category with broad indications and almost no limitations. Basal implantology replaces large fields of traditional implantology, as these include the application of the rules of orthopedic surgery, it can also be said as as – oral division of orthopedic surgery.

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Indication for basal dental implant.

We recommend these implants to individuals who:

  • Want to get rid of their ill-fitting loose denture but don’t have enough bone volume for traditional conventional implant systems.
  • With moderate to severe atrophy of the jaw bone.
  • Have severe gum disease along with periodontitis.
  • Don’t want to risk or don’t have option of bone grafting.
  • Don’t want to wait for months for an implant fixed denture.
  • Don’t have any option for conventional implant placement due to medical history.


What are the advantages & benefits of having Basal Implants:

  • Avoidance of bone grafting & augmentation procedures during implant placement.
  • Avoidance of additional surgical risks.
  • Time & cost savings.
  • Most advanced implant system.
  • Immediate loading – Immediate function – permanent fixed teeth within 72 hours of implant placement.
  • High success rate in patients with controlled diabetes, smokers and those with gum disease.
  • Bone deficiency situations.
  • Basal implants employ good quality dense bone areas (cortical) which are resistant to infection and resorption making them highly successful in the long run.

What are the contraindications & disadvantages of basal implants?

  • In exceptional cases where equal bilateral mastication cannot be done.
  • Some medical conditions as recent myocardial infarction / stroke.
  • In case a person is taking medication for cancer or any drugs that inhibit or delay blood clotting.
  • Aesthetics may get compromised while replacing a single tooth because of the design of these implants.

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