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IP Annals of Prosthodontics and Restorative Dentistry

Effectiveness of strategic corticobasal implants in the management of edentulism

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Author Details : Ashish Chakranarayan*, Priyavrat Soni, Anita Kapri, Rajesh Kumar

Volume : 6, Issue : 2, Year : 2020

Article Page : 77-86

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Introduction: The ever-increasing speed of life puts forth a need to improve the outcome of the
rehabilitative and other interventions we perform on our patients. This improvement in efficacy is
primarily focused on reducing treatment time while enhancing the durability of the rehabilitation without
compromising on patient safety. Strategic Corticobasal Implants (SCI) offer both versatility and durability
to cater to all kinds of clinical scenarios which cannot be managed by conventional implants and or require
extensive adjunctive procedures.
Materials and Methods: A total of 265 BECES implants were placed from Mar 2017 to Feb 2018. It is a
single piece, polished surface, bendable implant manufactured by Ihde Dental, Germany. A variety of cases
were managed ranging from full mouth rehabilitations, segments, and single tooth loss. The results were
assessed after a period of one year.
Results: A total of 06 implants failed. Remaining 259 implants reported no complication over the past one
Conclusion: The SCI are very versatile in the management of edentulous cases with an incredibly low
failure and complication rate.

Keywords: BECES, BCS, Zygoma implants, Bendable implants, Immediate functional loading implants, Cortical implants, Strategic implants, Polished surface implants, Corticobasal implantology..

Doi : 10.18231/j.aprd.2020.018

How to cite : Chakranarayan A, Soni P, Kapri A, Kumar R, Effectiveness of strategic corticobasal implants in the management of edentulism. IP Ann Prosthodont Restor Dent 2020;6(2):77-86

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