Characteristics of immediate loading basal implants
The Wand is a computer-assisted system for local anesthesia. It carefully guides dental professionals as they are performing dental injections. Patients who experience our technology will find it offers less pain and more contained numbness for the area that is being treated by using single tooth anesthesia (STA).
The most common treatment to combat this is the use of dental implants; however, it is said that to consider implants, patients should ideally have healthy gums and adequate bone for support.
Yet, an innovative new treatment is being implemented by dentists globally. Immediate loading basal implants are seen as more efficient, and requires less stringent oral hygiene prior to the procedure.
Immediate loading basal implants
A revolutionary and completely new method for dental implantation, where there is no need for bone augmentation in even the worst cases.
They differ from classical implants primarily through the execution of the prosthetic construction and post-operative regime, but also in terms of their placing and force distribution.
Also, the implants are one single unit, and made of bio-compatible titanium alloy.
These dental implants are specially designed to last for life. They offer the closest possible alternative to an actual tooth replacement; functioning, feeling, and looking just like natural teeth.
How long do immediate loading basal implants last?
Complete extractions of periodontally afflicted teeth done and basal implant procedures carried out. Immediate loading protocols followed implant supported interim imetal – acrylic bridge effecting cross arch stabilization cemented with GIC luting cement in the upper and lower jaws.
How painful are immediate loading basal implants?
Usually, local anaesthesia is used during the procedure, and most patients report that implants involve less pain than a tooth extraction. After the dental implant, painkillers will be prescribed to combat any pain, whilst mild headaches caused by muscle strain can be treated with over-the-counter pain medications.
How do I care for immediate loading basal implants?
In the early post-operative phase, it is critical to follow the oral hygienic advice given by your dentist so the healing is fast an infection-free. Once the healing is complete, the implant requires thorough and regular care. The success of the procedure depends very much on the personal responsibility of the patient. Regular dental check-ups are required.