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Basal vs Classic

Why you should avoid basal implants?

Why you should avoid basal implants? While searching for dental implants you might have come across with the terms crestal or endosseos implants and basal or discoid implants. The two types differ in Insertion in the bone: Crestal is inserted at 90 degrees to the jaw bone, no cutting of gum is required minimally invasive. Basal is inserted side wise or parallel to jaw bone, the process is invasive, but once the basal disc implant is lodged it is sturdier. Crestal implants need bone to grow around the inserted implant to give it sturdiness and stability before it can take […]

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