CorticoBasal® Implants By Dr. Rohit Yadav

CorticoBasal® implants, also known as basal or cortical implants, are a type of dental implant that is specifically designed for patients with challenging dental conditions, such as bone loss or diabetes. Basal implants are shorter and wider than traditional implants, which makes them more stable in patients with weaker bone structure.

Basal implants can also be placed in a single day and immediately loaded, which means that a temporary or permanent crown can be placed on the implant on the same day or within 72 hours of surgery. This allows patients to start eating and speaking normally right away after surgery.

Benefits of CorticoBasal® implants:

  • Quicker procedure: CorticoBasal implants can be placed and loaded in a single day, which reduces the number of appointments needed and the overall treatment time.
  • Less invasive: CorticoBasal implant surgery is less invasive than traditional implant surgery, which means that there is less pain, swelling, and bleeding.
  • Fewer risks: CorticoBasal implants are very stable and have a high success rate.
  • Immediate function: Patients can start eating and speaking normally right away after surgery.
  • Improved aesthetics and function: CorticoBasal implants can restore a patient’s smile and function immediately.

Who is a good candidate for CorticoBasal implants?

CorticoBasal implants are a good option for many patients who are missing teeth, including patients with:

  • Bone loss
  • Diabetes
  • Smoking habits
  • Other challenging dental conditions

How CorticoBasal implants are placed:

CorticoBasal implants are placed using a variety of techniques, but the most common approach is to use a computer-guided surgery system. This system allows the surgeon to plan the implant placement precisely and to make a small incision in the gum tissue at the exact location where the implant will be placed.

The surgeon then uses a series of drills to create a hole in the jawbone and to place the implant. Once the implant is in place, the surgeon immediately attaches a temporary or permanent crown.


Q: What are the risks associated with CorticoBasal implants?

A: The risks associated with CorticoBasal implants are similar to the risks associated with traditional implant surgery. These risks include infection, bleeding, and nerve damage. However, with proper planning and execution, the risks of CorticoBasal implants are very low.

Q: How long do CorticoBasal implants last?

A: CorticoBasal implants can last for many years, just like traditional implants. However, the lifespan of CorticoBasal implants will depend on a number of factors, including the patient’s overall health, oral hygiene habits, and the type of implant used.

Q: How much do CorticoBasal implants cost?

A: The cost of CorticoBasal implants will vary depending on the number of implants needed, the type of implant used, and the surgeon’s fees. However, CorticoBasal implants are typically more expensive than traditional implants due to the increased cost of materials and labor.

If you are interested in learning more about CorticoBasal implants, please contact Dr. Rohit Yadav, Strategic Implantologist, today to schedule a consultation.

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