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If you have been told that you don’t have enough bones on your upper jaw to install implants, don’t worry. The best means of resolving cases of significant bone resorption in the upper jaw are basal implants. Basal implants are substitutional zygomatic implants, which are the best solution for patients who need implants placed on the upper jaw. According to outdated technologies, such patients should undergo bone transplantation and sinus lift procedures. We install a basal implant in one procedure and after 3 days put a permanent crown. Since the European Dental Center uses solid cast implants, this procedure is flapless and is performed under local anesthesia.
When the patient needs staged teeth on dental implants in the upper jaw, the following options exist:
— cantilevered prostheses: for example, in all-in-four or all-in-six technologies, implants are placed only in the front sections, and since the consoles are placed on the crowns of the first molars, the second molars are not replaced at all. Sometimes only 10 teeth are set. Another disadvantage of cantilevered prostheses is that permanent ceramic bridges are fixed after 3-6 months.

What are basal implants?

Basal implants are implants that are installed even with a significant lack of bone volume in the upper jaw. They make possible prosthetic restoration on dental implants in the upper jaw. Effective forces are distributed on the region of the pterygo-maxillary tubercles, which allows for immediate loading of the implants.
The benefits of basal implants:
— eliminate the need for sinus lift;
— no cantilever prostheses from anterior teeth or implants.
— Effective chewing is possible when the dentition is restored to the second molars. According to the technology of cantilever bridges and cheekbones implants or “all on four” and “all on six” — the second molars are not restored. And if they are restored, it’s like a console, which weakens the last implant and the entire bridge, which is damaged during prolonged use.
— The pterygoid bone is cortical in nature and therefore very strong and stable, which allows for immediate loading of crowns in three days.
— One-piece implants that are used are more reliable than traditional ones.
— All patients who require implantation in the upper jaw are suitable candidates, since the bone in the pterygoid is always available.
— The flapless technique is used, so patients do not experience swelling and bleeding, and they also do not need to stop taking anticoagulants if they take them.
— Since reliable, solid implants and a robust cortical bone are used, a lifetime warranty is given.
-100% success.
Before deciding on the installation of dental implants, consult our clinic, you may be able to use the usual restoration of the front teeth or the installation of a nylon prosthesis.