Cortical dental implants – basal implants – bcs implants – permanent dental implants in 3 days

"A very important factor in the case of basal implants is the low invasiveness of the method. The introduction of the bicortical screw does not require deep surgical intervention and the opening of the mucoperiosteal flap. Therefore, no postoperative wound arises and the person undergoing treatment does not suffer from pain."


Permanent teeth in 3 days – Professor Stefan Ihde method

"A dental implant is a kind of artificial tooth root. Traditional, two-phase implants are anchored in the spongy bone, the inner layer in the bone structure. However, with aging or as a result of diseases such as osteoporosis, the spongy bone may disappear. Implants in 3 days and the method of Immediate Load Implantation bypass this layer of bone tissue and use the cortical bone to anchor the tooth implant."