Scientific publications

-  * Scortecci G, Misch C, Benner K (2001): Implants and restorative dentistry. Dunitz, London ( Textbook publication including statistics).


-  Ihde S, Mutter E (2003): Versorgung von Freiendsituationen  mit basalosseointegrierten Implantaten (BOI) bei reduziertem  vertikalem Knochenangebot. Dtsch Zahnarztl Z, 58:94-102


-  Donsimoni J M., Dohan A., Gabrieleff D., Dohan D.: Article original: Les implants maxillo-faciaux a plateaux d’assise: troisieme partie: reconstructions maxillo-faciales; Les implants maxillo-faciaux a plateaux d’assise: concepts et technologies orthopediques, rehabilitations maxillo-mandibulaires, reconstructions maxillo-faciales, rehabilitations dentaires partielles, techniques de reintervention, meta-analyse, Implantodontie 13, No.2, 71-86 (2004)


-  Kopp (2007): Basal implants: a safe and effective treatment option in dental implantology; CMF Impl. Dir. Vol.2 No.3 p. 110-117


-  Ihde (2008): Outcomes of immediately loaded full arch reconstructions on basal implants in the mandible: retrospective report on 115 consecutive cases during a period of up to 134 months; CMF Impl. Dir 2008(3) 1:50-60


-  Kopp & Kopp ( Kopp S., Kopp W.,: Comparison immediate vs. delayed basal implants, JMOSI 2008, Vol.7 No.1; 116-122) reported that the survival rate of basal implants placed immediately after extraction in periodontally involved sites is even slightly higher, compared to healed areas without infection.


-  Ihde S., Konstantinovic V., Bienengraber V., Kopp S.,: outcomes after placement and immediate loading of basal implants in edentulous healed jaw bone areas vs. placement after extraction into periodontally involved, fresh extraction sites.


The summary of the study:


From 2003 to 2008, 25 consecutive patients receiving 185 basal dental implants(BOI,BCS) and 40 full arch bridges there on were enrolled  in this study. No patients seeking implant treatment were turned away, nor got removable dentures on their implants. Even in cases of severe bone atrophy, no augmentations were performed. All patients received full loaded fixed bridges within 24 hours after surgery. The implant success rate was of 97.3% overall; 98.1% in fresh extraction sockets compared to 96.3% in healed bone. Considering the outcome of the alternative protocols, which may involve bone augmentation or waiting time after extraction and/or implant placement, it is concluded that basal implants can safely be placed and used in immediate load protocols, even in periodontally involved extraction sites as well as in edentulous, healed bone areas. Immediate implant placement should be the treatment of choice because this meets the demands of the patients and reduces the number of necessary surgical interventions.



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