dental implants

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dental implants

crowns, bridges, or dentures attached permanently to the jaw by means of metal anchors, most frequently titanium posts.

den·tal im·plants

(den'tăl im'plants)
Various types of metal anchors attaching crowns, bridges, or dentures to the jaw permanently.

den·tal im·plants

(den'tăl im'plants)
Metal anchors, most frequently titanium posts, permanently attached to the jaw bone to which crowns, bridges, or dentures are attached.
Synonym(s): endosseous dental implant.
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The goal of placement of endosseous dental implants is to achieve osseointegration or biointegration of the bone with the implant.
Cochran DL (1999) A Comparison of endosseous dental implant surfaces.
Endosseous dental implants have revolutionized the dental treatment of edentulous sites for this growing and aging society.
thE influEncE of BonE quality on pEriotEst valuEs of EndossEous dEntal iMplants at stagE tWo surgEry.
Immediate implantation of endosseous dental implants in the posterior maxillae and anatomic advantages for the region: A case report, J Oral Maxillofac Implants 1996;11(4):529.
Radiographic identification of threaded endosseous dental implants.
Since then the ongoing research with endosseous dental implants has revolutionized dental care.
Effect of the ND:YAG, Ho:YAG, Er:YAG, CO2 an GaAlAr laser irradiation on endosseous dental implants.
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.
Because patients' demands surpassed basic functional needs of having fixed prosthesis alone, an esthetically acceptable prosthesis usually determines the location of endosseous dental implants.
Demonstration of the osseoinductive effect of bone morphogenetic protein within endosseous dental implants.
Oral rehabilitation by means of endosseous dental implants has gained importance in clinical practice.