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A guide to our patients on immediate loading dental implant technology using corticobasal implants provided by Dr. Vivek Gaur 

Corticobasal immediate loading dental implants are specialized type of dental implants that allows for the placement of a tooth restoration within 48 hours of implantation. They are very stable and effective even in complicated cases.  

Traditional dental implants typically require a longer healing period before placing a restoration, while Corticobasal implants offer a quicker turnaround time. The whole process can be completed within 48 to 72 hours  

Yes, these implants are often a good option for patients with bone atrophy because they utilize the existing cortical bone.  

Corticobasal implants are best suited for no bone cases as no expensive and painful bone grafting procedures are required. 

Yes, they are suitable for individuals with well controlled diabetes since they minimize the healing time and risk of complications.  

Corticobasal implants can be placed without relying on the affected gum tissue, providing an alternative for those with severe periodontal issues 

The procedure is usually performed under local anesthesia, and any discomfort post the surgery can be managed with prescribed medications. So, there is no need to worry.  

Success rates are typically high, but they can vary based on individual factors. Your dental implant surgeon will provide you with a personalized assessment. With Dr. Vivek Gaur’s decades of experience, you can expect almost 100% success rate.  

With proper care and maintenance, Corticobasal immediate loading implants can last long. For more technical details, our doctor will explain you complete process on the day of your appointment.  

Yes, you can enjoy your favorite foods and beverages once the implants have integrated successfully.  

Your dental surgeon may recommend a soft diet during the initial healing phase to prevent excessive pressure on the implants.  

Yes, they are designed to mimic the look and feel of natural teeth.  

The cost can vary, but in some cases, the shorter treatment timeline may offset expenses associated with extended healing and they can be more cost effective.  

Most patients can resume normal activities within few days. 

You can usually return to work within few days after the procedure.  

Complications are rare but can include infection, or discomfort, which your dental surgeon will address.  

Yes, it’s possible to have multiple implants placed simultaneously during a single visit. At our clinic, you can expect full mouth rehabilitation within 48 hours.  

Routine oral hygiene practices, such as brushing, flossing, and regular dental check-ups, are essential for implant care. You are advised to visit the clinic at least once every year for few years.  

Smoking and tobacco use can increase the risk of complications for overall health, so it’s best to avoid them.  

 It’s generally recommended to wait until after pregnancy due to the use of anesthesia and potential X-rays, but in case you need urgently, let your surgeon decide after evaluating your case.  

The integration process typically takes a few months but in case of immediate loading dental implants, you do not have to worry about this and you are ready to eat immediately 

Age is not a limiting factor as long as the patient is in good health. It is very successful in older patients too. 

Corticobasal implants can be used to replace a single tooth or multiple teeth, depending on your needs.  

Corticobasal implants can support a wide range of dental restorations including crowns, bridges and dentures. 

In most cases, previous dental work or extractions do not prevent you from getting Corticobasal immediate loading implants. Your dentist will evaluate your specific situation to determine suitability.

Swelling and bruising are possible in any procedure but usually subside within a few days. 

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle with a balanced diet and good oral hygiene practices is advisable for overall well being. 

Yes, Corticobasal immediate loading implants are effective even in gum disease cases. Speak to your dental surgeon to know more about the indications and contraindications.  

No. Regular dental check-ups and cleaning are necessary, but there are no additional maintenance requirements.  

A crown restoration is placed immediately after the procedure and you don’t have to wait for months  

It’s advisable to avoid overly sticky or hard foods to prolong the lifespan of any implant.  

Contact your dental surgeon if you experience persistent pain or discomfort, as it may be a sign of an issue that needs attention.  

Your dentist will provide guidelines for post operative oral care, which typically include gentle brushing and special care around the implant site.  

Yes, Corticobasal implants can be used for both upper and lower teeth.  

The coverage of dental implants can vary by insurance plans, and it’s best to check with your provider for details 

You can continue with your usual activities, but it’s important to be cautious with activities that pose a risk of impact to the face 

Corticobasal implants are made from high medical grade biocompatible materials like titanium, reducing the risk of allergies or sensitivities.  

With proper care and regular check-ups, the long-term risks are minimal. However, it’s essential to follow your dentist’s advice for maintaining your implants.  

Corticobasal implants may be cost-effective in the long run due to shorter treatment times and reduced expenses.  

Patients who have undergone radiation therapy can go for Corticobasal implants, but give your complete medical details to your doctor. 

Moderate alcohol consumption is generally acceptable, but it’s best to avoid alcohol for a few days after the surgery to aid the healing process.  

Your overall health will be assessed, and your dentist will collaborate with your physician if necessary to ensure a safe implant procedure. But yes in most of the cases it can be done.  

Dental restorations on Corticobasal implants may last lifelong with proper care.  

Implant rejection is rare, as Corticobasal implants are made from biocompatible materials like titanium and are absolutely safe. 

Corticobasal implants can be successful for older adults, as long as they are in good health and meet the necessary criteria.  

You can typically resume these activities within a few days after the procedure.  

Corticobasal implants can be used for front teeth as well as molars and premolars, depending on your specific needs.  

Contact your dental surgeon immediately if you damage or lose your restoration to discuss replacement options

Yes, Corticobasal implants can be a great option for older patients who are in good overall health, as age alone is not a determining factor.  

Older patients may have unique dental challenges, such as bone density issues in traditional implants but Corticobasal immediate loading is rather a very effective and good option 

Absolutely. Corticobasal implants can enhance your ability to eat, speak, and smile comfortably, positively impacting your daily life.  

The maintenance for older patients is generally the same as for younger patients, involving regular dental check-ups and good oral hygiene practices.  

Your dentist will evaluate your medical history and work with your healthcare provider to ensure safe treatment.

Corticobasal implants are designed to utilize the existing cortical bone, which can be beneficial for older patients with reduced bone density and in fact are highly successful in no bone cases.

The shorter treatment timeline of Corticobasal implants can contribute to faster healing and recovery compared to traditional implants.  

Corticobasal implants offer a more natural and stable option than dentures, which can lead to improved chewing ability and speech. 

It’s never too late to explore the benefits of Corticobasal implants, even if you’ve been using dentures for an extended period. 

Your dental and medical professionals will collaborate to ensure that your medications and health conditions are taken into consideration during the implant process 

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