Compressive implants

Compressive implants

Like the basal implant, the compressive implants have a modern design with a conical shape, the design of the classic cylindrical implant requires a drill practically the same size as the diameter of the implant, so the aggressiveness to the bone is much greater, we have to wait for this implant to be integrated, because otherwise by physics, being a cylinder, all the force that we exert on the upper part would be transmitted to the base and the integration time period is longer.

The compressive implant is inserted without any scalpel incision. A very small drill is used to make a minimal incision in the mucosa and bone. Through this small hole, implants of up to 5mm in diameter are introduced, preserving a large part of the bone, compacting the bone, pushing it towards the walls and hardening it, since this part of the bone is a soft part, compacting and hardening it. As the implant design is conical, all the force we exert on the prosthetic part is divided among all the force vectors and loads the entire bone. Therefore, immediate loading can be carried out without any problem and rehabilitation can be achieved from a single tooth to the whole mouth.

Both basal and compressive implants are made of titanium material, of Swiss origin and marketed worldwide.

Abdominal surgery has advanced before paroscopy did not exist, surgery has advanced, laser was not used, ophthalmologic surgery has also advanced with arthroscopies and implant surgery has advanced, completely minimizing aggressiveness, reducing bleeding and expanding the scope of action in places where implants could not be placed before or sinus elevations or lateralizations of the dental nerve had to be performed, nowadays we can place implants and rehabilitate the patient in 3 weeks.


Advantages of immediate load implants

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