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Sumit Aggarwal

Department of Oral Medicine and Radiology, University of Escorts Heart Institute and Research Centre, Delhi, India


  • Research Article   
    Assessment of Quality of Life and Clinical Performance of Immediately Loaded Basal Implants in Prosthetic Rehabilitation of Resorbed Ridges: A Clinico-Radiographic Study
    Author(s): Sumit Aggarwal*

    Basal implants are dental implants that employ the basal cortical portion of the jaws for implant retention. These implants are uniquely and specifically designed for the sole purpose of gaining anchorage from the basal cortical bone and have gone through several changes and modifications in the past several decades. The modern basal implant has a sophisticated yet simple design, surgical protocols and is a prosthetic friendly system. These properties have led several practitioners around the globe to include basal implantology in their practices and so far, this system has delivered fairly successful results. Although the use of basal implant supported prosthesis has been documented as an alternative treatment for patients with severe ridge resorption, there is a paucity of knowledge on how this treatment affects patients’ satisfaction and quali.. Read More»

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