endosseous

endosseous

/en·dos·se·ous/ (en-dos´e-us) endosteal (2).

endosseous

(endos´ēəs),
adj refers to any object, such as a dental implant, placed or contained within a bone.
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Uribe F, Nanda R, Intramaxillary and intermaxillary absolute anchorage with an endosseous dental implant and rare-earth magnets.
Vascularized bone flaps versus nonvascularized bone grafts for mandibular reconstruction: an outcome analysis of primary bony union and endosseous implant success.
Approximately one year prior to the evaluation for crown lengthening, the patient had endosseous implants placed in the posterior mandible bilaterally at another facility.
Endosseous Implants: Implants that are surgically placed directly into the bone to replace the root of the tooth.
Roles of bone scintigraphy and resonance frequency analysis in evaluating osseointegration of endosseous implant.
Using endosseous dental implants for patients with ectodermal dysplasia.
Effect of the ND:YAG, Ho:YAG, Er:YAG, CO2 an GaAlAr laser irradiation on endosseous dental implants.
The first section of this treatment guide presents the consensus statements and recommended clinical procedures for loading endosseous dental implants developed at the 2003 ITI Consensus Conference.
Root-form implants are the most common type of dental implant; also known as an endosseous or endosteal implant because the implant is placed in the bone, so is unlikely to fall out.
Endosseous dental implants are becoming a common treatment option in the practice of dentistry and have shown great promise for being able to restore dental function and esthetics.
5, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Dental implants, also known as endosseous fixtures, are substitutes for missing teeth that are placed into the jaw to support restorations.