endosteal implants


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Related to endosteal implants: subperiosteal implant

en·dos·te·al im·plants

(en-dos'tē-ăl im'plants)
Those devices that are inserted into the alveolar and/or basal bone and protrude through the mucoperiosteum.
Synonym(s): endosseous implant.

en·dos·te·al im·plants

(en-dos'tē-ăl im'plants)
Devices inserted into alveolar and/or basal bone that protrude through the mucoperiosteum.
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Branemark studied aspects of implant design, including biological, mechanical, physiological and functional phenomena relative to the success of the endosteal implants [3,5].
Endosteal implants now have a success rate of 98 percent over 10 years.
When the volume of the residual alveolar ridge is insufficient to receive endosteal implants, use of the unilateral subperiosteal implant is one of the treatments of choice.