endosseous implant


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Related to endosseous implant: transosteal implant

endosseous implant

an implant that is inserted into the alveolar and/or basal bone and protrudes through the mucoperiosteum.
Synonym(s): endosteal 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.
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Lupi, "Retrospective analysis of 521 endosseous implants placed under antibiotic prophylaxis and review of literature," Minerva Stomatologica, vol.
Microbiota around root form endosseous implants. A review of the literature.
Mandibularoverdentures supported by two or four endosseous implants: a 10-year clinicaltrial.
Predictability of reformatted computed tomography for pre-operative planning of endosseous implants. Dentomaxillofac Radiol 1999;28(1):37-41.
Augmentation of the maxillary sinus floor with autogenous bone for the placement of endosseous implants: a preliminary report.
was obtained by classical endosseous implants and cut into thin slices (suitable for the 24-well plates) with extrathin cutting discs nonpolluting inline [c] (B.M.
A total of 102 implants were placed in sinus-augmented areas: 55 endosseous implants were placed simultaneously with sinus augmentation, and 47 were delayed (Table 2).
The use of endosseous implants allows achieving satisfactory or good anatomical and functional results [3].
Sublingual hematoma formation during immediate placement of mandibular endosseous implants. J Am Dent Assoc 2004; 135(2): 168-72.
Experimentally, it was shown that endosseous implants placed in young pigs have imitated the effects of ankylosed teeth [51].
And the placement of endosseous implants into healed bone graft as a secondary procedure is similar to their use in jaws without bone grafts.