What is edentulism?
Edentulism is tooth loss or missing teeth. It can be partial edentulism with a few missing teeth or total edentulism when all the teeth are missing. Tooth loss leads to bone resorption. The gums shrink. The height and density of the spongy bone reduces in volume completely within 18 months.
If you lose teeth it is better not to wait because tooth loss leads to bone loss, jaw bone atrophy. As a consequence the healthy teeth cave into the gap. Through the pressure of mastication they lose their stability. The root of the teeth gets infected and they eventually fall creating an even bigger gap.
Basal Dental Implants for Edentulism
Basal dental implants have been especially developed to replace missing teeth when there is severe bone loss. Basal implants do not necessitate bone grafting or sinus lift. Basal implantology is the best solution for restoring the full functionality of the mouth to enable you to chew normally.
Basal Implant Dentist
Dr Georgy Genchev is one of the best specialists for Full Mouth Dental Implants. He specialises in patients with severe bone loss.
He has over 12 years experience in full dental rehabilitation with basal dental implants.
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FAQ Dental Implants for Edentulism
Partial and total edentulism can be treated with dental implants. Basal dental implants are the best solution because they avoid bone grafting and sinus lift. Basal dental implants compensate for the bone loss associated with edentulism because they are longer and fixed into the hard cortical bone.
Below are answers to the most frequently asked questions regarding the dental implants for edentulous patients.
What is basal implantology?
Basal implantology is the best technique for rehabilitating the natural functionality of the mouth for patients who suffer from tooth loss with severe bone loss.
Dental implants for smokers
Basal dental implants are the best solution for smokers because they are not affected by the resorption of the gums.
Dental implants for diabetics
Basal implants are the best solution for patients who suffer from diabetes because they are fixed in the cortical bone that is not affected by resorption.