Implants with bone grafts refer to a surgical procedure used to replace missing teeth or stabilize dentures by inserting artificial tooth roots.
Latest CAD CAM Abutments which are customized have a Q- lock Morse connection when torqued at 25 Newton centimeter becomes cold welded. This cold welding property prevents screw loosening.
Single piece implants have abutments and Implant fixture in one piece, hence needs to be cemented. There is no option for screw retention at all. In TTPHIL ™ Technique the restorations ( Implant Supported Crowns and Bridges ) can be either cement retained or screw retained depending on the case. The main advantage of screw retention is retrievability – In case of any complication ( For eg: Gums shrinkage: Most common in immediate Implantation and loading) we can remove the ceramic prosthesis simply and add ceramic where required.
Load Transmission is in the basal Cortical Bone – Because these implants are Tall and Tilted beyond 16mm to engage the cortical basal bone which is highly resistant to resorption. This cortical bone is highly mineralized and more resistant to infections as well as its ready from day 1 to take the loads. Conventional implants the load transmission is in crestal cortical plate leading to crestal bone loss. In thus area it leads to bacterial attack.
Polished collar in the crestal region: No penetration of bacteria. No source of Infection and Peri– implantitis – Hence No bone loss
In some cases, TTPHIL may allow for immediate or early loading of implants, but this depends on individual factors and the dentists assessment
TTPHIL offers several advantages, including faster healing, reduced discomfort, and minimal post-operative swelling compared to traditional implant techniques.
TTPHIL is well-suited for most implant cases, but the suitability will depend on individual factors like bone density, gum health, and the specific implant location. Our dentist will assess your case to determine if TTPHIL is appropriate for you.
TTPHIL is generally less painful compared to traditional implant techniques because it minimizes tissue trauma. Local anesthesia is used to ensure you're comfortable during the procedure.