What's ``Basal Implantology``?

The term “basal implantology” was used about in 1999 ertsmals. At that time was one of the biggest breakthroughs in dental implantology. The Technolgy of immediate loading is designed to help even those patients whose bone had gone sharply. Before the development of this technology we were dealing in dental implantology with a paradox: those patients whose condition was worst, were not treated. Patients me a lot of bone, which also removable dentures would hold good were, however, treated readily, albeit often insufficient.with the conventional technology implants are usually placed only where it can be done without effort. Often this was not enough to allow normal chewing.

The process of “Immediate Load Implantology” (ILI) solves the fundamental problem today. Each implant is anchored at least at two locations in the cortical bone. This bone has high stability, he can take immediately the masticatory force and he absorbed in the course of life is not practical. Bone grafting, sinus lift, bone grafts and waiting times are no longer necessary today.

Therefore, we can, with the technology of the basal implantology, even in strong bones decrease successfully treat and give the patient a few days a satisfied smile.


Prosthesis is fixed within 72 hrs. of implant surgery saving time and costs considerably. In case of conventional implants associated with bone augmentation/grafting procedures, the total treatment time will be about 6 months to 1 year. The need for interim dentures/ provisional are totally eliminated, in addition to avoidance of a second surgery for implant exposure in order to fix the abutment over the implants.

Fast-safe-painless procedure with very unique advantages of:

  • Immediate loading
  • Avoidance of bone grafting surgery
  • Avoidance of tedious surgery and painful procedures
  • Single piece implantology
  • Basal/cortical bone support
  • Minimally invasive implantology- ‘key hole’ implantology
  • Solutions for unfavourable bone situations
  • Extremely low failure rates
  • Virtually no incidence of peri-implantitis and bone loss.