Basal Implantology

Basal Implantology

Basal Implantology

The Basal Implantology technology does not take into account the bone condition and allows a full and rapid solution for those requiring dental implantology. There are various ways of filling the mouth with teeth, however when the options are removable teeth or a long and painful implantology, it is hard not to identify with the helplessness of those suffering from this problem. The fear that the removable teeth will loosen following a sneezing or even when talking passionately leads most patients to choose dental implantology.

With all its advantages, implantology also has quite a few disadvantages.

The most prominent one is the rigid schedule, which might last even 18 months, due to the required medical process and the risk of the implant rejection. “Today, we may announce also in Israel, the commencement of the use of an innovative method, operating partially yet successfully in the world for several years called Basal Dental Implantology“, explains Dr. Lari Sapoznikov. “This method was developed in Nice, France, already twenty years ago, by Prof. Gérard Scortecci (president of ICOI) , a dentist expert in dental implantology. Ever since the beginning of this development to date, the method has further been updated and developed to the present stage where it is definitely becoming the preferable method for treating patients requiring dental implantology”.

Dr. Lari Sapoznikov, of the leading and experienced in the country in dental implantology explains that a Periodontal disease, the leading reason for dental problems and the need for dental implantology, was defined as one of the decade diseases. “The quality of our life, the poor nutrition and the dismissive reference to medical recommendations, lead to the situation where we, the dentists, come across more and more patients, also young ones, who need dental implantology. One should understand that when explaining to a young person that from now on he will have to learn how to live with removable teeth, we actually destroy his quality of life, his social life and sometimes even his career”.

“The Basal Implantology method provides a solution almost without exception to whoever requires dental implantology. This method hardly takes into account the bone condition. In the regular implantology method, we must perform the implantology by means of screwing a bolt into the jawbone.  Because of severe periodontal problems, for many of the patients this process is not possible due to lack of bone or a bone that is too thin or weak. In the Basal Implantology method we hardly take into account the bone condition but match the implant to the jaw and not vice versa. Furthermore, not only does the prosthodontics process not resemble the process of an ordinary dental implantology, but also by using the Basal Method, we succeed in restoring the mouth within only 7 days. The patient may leave the clinic after the first treatment with a set of teeth, which although they are temporary they are fixed onto the jaw and are not removable, allowing him for the first time in a long period to eat, smile and act naturally.

The matching and the Basal implantology process is carried out at several points in the lower and/or upper jaw, where it is possible to perform a stable implantology of the plant and from them, by means of a bridge-like structure, brackets in various angles are sent, imaging the angles of the teeth in the mouth, according to the structure of the jaw. The surgical procedure in the Basal Implantology method lasts up to about 7 hours, according to the number of implantations that have to be carried out, and enables at the patient at the end of the procedure to leave with temporary teeth, when the permanent teeth will be inserted into the jaw two-three days later, according to their manufacturing time. The reason for the long treatment at that same concentrated day, in which a set of teeth is matched, is the measuring process, which takes time and requires the patient’s vigilance so he may attest to comfort or difficulty during the matching process.

The procedure is performed without general anesthesia, but use is made of numbing pills, suitable for this type of surgical procedure. The Basal Implantology method is, in fact, more expensive by 25% than the ordinary dental implantology; but the long wait for teeth in the ordinary implantology method, the risk of the implant absorption quality and the possibility of its rejection along with the pain and suffering entailed therein, raise the question whether we are not talking about a much more qualitative cost effectiveness than a dry financial datum. In addition, Dr. Sapoznikov explains that the customized matching and manufacturing of the parts have a significant part in increasing the cost of the process.

“Unfortunately”, says Dr. Sapoznikov,” the method does not yet suit patients suffering from Osteoporosis or are at high risk due to severe heart conditions, however the mere great successes of restoring countless patients who believed that they would be forced to live with a closed mouth or with removable dentures, are amazing and encouraging.” Dr. Sapoznikov studied Basal Implantology after meeting the rigid admission standards of Victory Company, the representative of Prof. Scortecci, among them proving 18-20 years of experience in dental implantology and being certified in dental surgery. “The method developers are admirably meticulous about transferring the knowledge,” explains Dr. Sapoznikov. “Beyond the stringent threshold requirements and the difficult studies, the company personnel attach a team of professional that accompany and are involved in a number of implantations in order to ascertain that the process is carried out according to the special protocol and that the surgeon performing the procedure does, in fact, carry it out in the best manner”.

:scientific Articles about Basal Implantology

Fixed Rehabilitation of Severely Atrophic Jaws Using Immediately Loaded Basal Disk Implants After In Situ Bone Activation

Guillaume Odin,, MD, PhD, Carl E Misch,, DDS, MDS, Itzak Binderman,, DDS, MDS, Gerard Scortecci,, DDS, PhD

An Alternative to Conventional Dental Implants: Basal Implants

Yadav RS, Sangur R, Mahajan T, Rajanikant AV, Singh N, Singh R


Dr Yeshwante, Babita , Dr Choudhary Neha , Dr Baig Nazish ,Dr Gaurav Tated , Dr Kadam Pranit

Basal Implants – A Panacea For Atrophic Ridges

Chandana Nair, Swarajya Bharathi , Rashmi Jawade , Meenu Jain