Basal Bicortical Implantology: Innovative Immediate Placement and Loading with Morse Screw Retained Technology
( No screw loosening anymore.. )
 Basal Bicortical Implantology (TTPHIL – ALL TILT ) principles are similar to Orthopedics and Traumatology)

The Basal bone provides excellent quality cortical bone for the retention of these unique and highly advanced hybrid implants. Basal Implantology is also known as Cortical Implantology. This bone is more resistant to resorption.  Hence Basal Bicortical engagement is better than an implant tip engaging the trabecular bone (which is softer)  which do not have enough capacity to accept the loads.













Basal Implants are nothing different.  Any longer implant which is engaging the basal bone are called Basal Implants. We use Hybrid implants greater than 16mm till 28mm in most of the cases ( TTPHIL ™ Technique )  which engages the basal bone which is more mineralized and have more density. 

  • Basal Bicortical Dental Implantologyis an advanced dental Implantology which utilizes Basal bone and  the cortical portion of the jaw bones for retention of the dental implants.


  • What are Basal Bicortical Implants? Advantage of TTPHIL ™ Technique over Single Piece implants..
    • More over We utilize the advantage of the screw retained technology which is available in the crestal or axial two piece implants. This technology will help in retrievability of the prosthesis ( Your teeth- Crown and Bridge) in cases of any complications like food lodgment, Gum shrinkage, Halitosis, Implant failure itself etc.,
    • This bone is more resistant to resorption. Hence Basal Bicortical engagement is better than an implant tip engaging the trabecular bone (which is softer) which do not have enough capacity to accept the loads.“Bone Quality is good in Cortical Basal Bone than Trabecular bone” THAT IS THE REASON WHY WE ARE ABLE TO DO IMMEDIATE IMPLANTATION AND LOADING/ FUNCTION FOR MOST OF THE PATIENTS ACROSS THE GLOBE.

Single Piece / One Piece / Monobloc Implants- Disadvantages
What are the types of Dental Implants? Single Piece or One Piece Implants and Two Piece Implants. There are 3 parts in Dental Implants- Implant Fixture, Implant Abutment and Implant crown. Single Piece Implants- Disadvantages are many, but we place them in some limited cases where the load or stress is less especially in the front lower teeth. 

Must read for those who want to undergo Single piece implants. 

15 reasons why we don’t use Single piece or One piece implants in all situations…

TTPHIL Technique – Permanent Teeth in 2-9 Days

Permanent Teeth in 2-9 Days : TTPHIL™ Technique

Dental implantation procedure is the best treatment option among those for replacement of teeth. But conventional Dental Implant Procedure’s biggest disadvantage is the waiting duration after placement of implant (between 3 months-12 months) depending on case to case. Patients undergoing these conventional procedures have to wait for a very long time before they can enjoy the benefits of Smiling, improved Esthetics, Speech and Chewing. Read more..




TTPHIL Technique Single Piece Basal Implants ( BCS/KOS)
Number of visits Single 2 day visit to Hyderabad, India. PFM Ceramic or Zirconia with screw access holes. Flapless 3D surgical stent used. Single 3 day visit. Not always. First visit with metal acrylic teeth and later ceramic or Zirconia after 3 to 6 months. 2 visits. First visit for taking CT to prepare surgical guide. 2nd visit after 4 to 6 weeks for permanent teeth.
Cost of implant procedure Affordable dental implant procedure. Customised CAD CAM designed screw access abutments and Zirconia or CAD CAM PFM crowns. Abutments come with implants. Cheap because its acrylic or cemented bridge Expensive because of CT scan and surgical guide preparation and multiple visits.
Type of prosthesis Ceramic or Zirconia. Lab prepares in 2 days with CAD-CAM technology. Precise dental crown and bridges fabricated. Mostly Acrylic sometimes Ceramic or zirconia. No CAD CAM abutments possible. Hence esthetics compromised Acrylic/plastic- After 3 months replaced with Ceramic or Zirconia
Type of implants Active design implants with combination of basal and pterygoid for immediate loading, no screw loosening because of Q-lock Morse connection(aircraft technology) Combination of Single piece Implants, Basal Implants and Pterygoid Implants are used. No screw loosening and no crestal bone loss. Screw based implants used. Screw loosening is a problem
Temporary crown CAD CAM Temporaries are given on day of implant placement. Given on day of implant placement Only manually possible because of direct impressions. Given on day of implant placement. Only manually done.
Permanent crown Given on the 2nd day Given on 3rd day Given after 2-3 months
Surgical technique Done with surgical template. Hence more precise. Tall and Tilted implants increasing the surface area for better osseo integration. Thin and narrow implants , Surface area of implants very less compared to TTPHIL Active design implants. Non Active design
Implants used Active (Germany or Sweeden) Switzerland Yes
FDA approval Yes No Yes
Screw loosening No because of Q lock Morse connection abutments used. No because implant comes with abutment Yes. Chances are there.
Bone grafting No because Tall and Tilted implants are used to bypass sinus walls or nerves. No. Small implants are used. Longevity questionable? Bone grafting done
Cantilevers No because Tilted implants and Pterygoid implants are placed. No. No- Sinus Lifting is done but waiting time for 3 to 6 months
Relative risk of failure No risk, lifetime warranty ( more than 4000 implants are placed for immediate loading) Smaller implants used hence less chance of integration Smaller implants are placed. Waiting period for 3 to 6 months