direct bone impression

di·rect bone im·pres·sion

an impression of denuded bone, used in the construction of subperiosteal denture implants.
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di·rect bone im·pres·sion

(di-rekt bōn im-preshŭn)
Impression of denuded bone, used to make subperiosteal denture implants.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Three major types of elastic materials are used in implant dentistry for obtaining the direct bone impression: polysulfides, silicones, and polyethers.
11 Cranin AN et al: An in vitro comparison of the computerized tomography/CAD- CAM and direct bone impression techniques for subperiosteal implant model gen- eration, J oral implantol 24; 74, 1998.