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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Status of surface treatment in endosseous implant: A literary overview.
Measurement of anterior loop length for the mandibular canal and diameter of the mandibular incisive canal to avoid nerve damage when installing endosseous implants in the interforaminal region.
Using endosseous dental implants for patients with ectodermal dysplasia.
Hemorrhaging associated with endosseous implant placement in the anterior mandible: A review of the literature.
The goal of placement of endosseous dental implants is to achieve osseointegration or biointegration of the bone with the implant.
Osseointegration of endosseous ceramic implants after postoperative low-power laser stimulation: an in vivo comparative study.
Endosseous dental implants have revolutionized the dental treatment of edentulous sites for this growing and aging society.
preoperative assessment of the mandible for endosseous implant surgery.
com)-- Dental implants, also known as endosseous fixtures, are artificial roots that look like a tooth or teeth.
Sublingual hematoma formation during immediate placement of mandibular endosseous implants.