A Review on Basal Implants
Keywords:Basal Implant, BOI Implant, BCS Implant, Disk Implant, Basal Implantology
The primary indication of implant prosthesis, essentially the endosseous implants, is to replace the missing
tooth or teeth structure with a prosthesis that mimics the morphology of an original tooth and facilitates
function and aesthetics. However, the main disadvantage of this prosthesis is that it shows very less success
rate in the areas with less residual bone present. One of the designs to combat this problem is the use of basal
implant in areas of very less bone height. This review aims to elaborate the features of the basal implant
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