Implant placement most of the times is a challenge faced by implantologists. These challenges can be very poor bone support due to extractions, gum disease, poor finances and/or extreme expectations from patients.
Our implantologists at The Dental Specialists have faced these issues right from the beginning. Conventional implants needed huge finances, bone augmentation or sinus lifts. It’s not an easy task, both for the implantologist and the patient.
Serving thousands of patients since 15 years, whenever conventional system was tried, there was a huge financial burden on the patients, not to mention the physical trauma and strain of sinus lifts, bone grafts, membranes, that increase the costs and make them even more painful, and very technique sensitive procedures requiring great skills and experience from the implantologist concerned.

Moreover, the waiting periods are very long, frustrating both patient and doctors alike. Our team felt there is an immediate need for an implant procedure that is

  1. Less time taking
  2. Less painful
  3. Less surgical and
  4. Less costly
    The good news is that all these traits are available in basal Implantology.
    Basal implants are also known as bicortical or disc or cortical or lateral implants. Our team utilizes the best of implant companies in the world, and this basal implant technology is almost 25 years old. Orthopaedic specialists introduced basal Implantology that spread to dentistry.
    Why basal implants?
    Basal bone is the highly dense bone in the jaws. It’s less prone to infections. This is the bone area that provides the best support to the implants. Basal bone is very much strong compared to crestal alveolar bone. Crestal alveolar bone has less strength and less load bearing capacity. The conventional implants are always placed in the less strong crestal bone. But the basal implants are always placed in the much stronger basal bone.



  1. 72 hour loading possible.
  2. No bone graft or augmentation required unlike the conventional, where almost always bone graft would be necessary, increasing cost, time and trauma
  3. Minimally invasive and minimal drilling procedure
    1.INDICATIONS:Basal implants are used generally in poor bone quantity and quality.
    Conventional cannot be used in poor bone quantity and quality.
    2.MECHANISM:Basal implants stabilize by Osseofixation.
    Conventional implants stabilize by osseointegration
    3.IMPLANT PROCEDURE: Basal implants can be loaded in 72 hours.
    Conventional implants take 3 to 4 months to take loads.
    4.ARMAMENTARIUM:Basal implants have a very simple kit.
    Conventional implants have complex kits consisting of surgical kit, sinus lift kit, ridge split kit, planning kit etc
    5.PRICE:Basal implants are cheaper compared to conventional implants.

6.PROSTHETIC PROCEDURE: In basal system, prosthesis has to be delivered in 72 hours so it’s an advantage and disadvantage simultaneously. Offering accurate and perfect prosthesis in such a short time is a challenge indeed but thanks to latest digital technology this problem is overcome.
In conventional system, prosthetics is complex, requiring multiple visits and prolonged chair side time.

7.SURFACE OF IMPLANTS: Basal implants have smooth and conventional implants have rough surface. Rough surfaces have increased risk of infections. Hence recently basal implants are coming with antibiotic coated rough surfaces that fight infections and get stability by both osseointegration and Osseofixation.
8.MAINTENANCE: Both basal and conventional implants need maintenance visits, and prostheses too need regular evaluation.
9.PATIENT SELECTION: Smokers and periodontitis patients can get the basal implants done. But they cannot get conventional implants done.
10.ADDITIONAL SURGERY: Basal implants don’t need any additional surgery or augmentation. Conventional implants almost always need additional painful traumatic surgeries.
When all the above comparisons indicate that basal implants are much better compared to the conventional implants, then why use conventional at all? Why don’t we simply use basal implants in all cases?
The answer is not simple. The physiology and biochemistry of the jaws differ from person to person. Depending on a lot of factors, your implantologist will decide which one would be best for you. Usually conventional implants can be done by many general dentists too. But basal implants need specially skilled and experienced experts in the field. That is what exactly our implantologists do at The Dental Specialists. 15 years of laborious research has given birth to an innovation called TTPHIL that’s creating a revolution in Implantology. In this technique designed by Dr Venkat Ratna Nag, the implants gather all the basic necessities like osseointegration, Osseofixation and osseocondensation for the best stability. Tall Tilted, Pin hole Immediate loading is the technique thats bringing wonderful results with excellent prosthetic work and beautiful aesthetics. Utilizing two piece implant system is bringing out amazing results as the technique uses the surgical advantage of single piece system and prosthetic advantage of two piece system. Screw retained prostheses would enable the dentist to evaluate effectively periodically. Cement retained system is not retrievable. Screw retained system is retrievable and very comfortable to manipulate and follow up.

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