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.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

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.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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The introduction of endosteal implants provided rehabilitation with fixed dentures showing to be more comfortable, and significantly improving both function and aesthetic.
THE COMBINATION OF TWO ENDOSTEAL IMPLANTS AND ILIAC CREST ONLAY GRAFTS IN THE SEVERELY ATROPHIC MANDIBLE BY A MODI- FIED SURGICAL APPROACH.
Branemark studied aspects of implant design, including biological, mechanical, physiological and functional phenomena relative to the success of the endosteal implants [3,5].
To imitate the crestal bone loss in endosteal implants, implants attached to plier from 3 mm apically from the implant-abutment connection.
(5.) Chana, Jagdeep S, Yang-Ming Chang, Wei, Fu-Chan, Shen, Yu-Fen, Chan Chiu-Po, Lin Hsiu-Na, Tsai Chi-Ying, Jeng Seng-Feng: Segmental mandibulectomy and immediate free fibula osteoseptocutaneous flap reconstruction with endosteal implants: An ideal treatment method for mandibular ameloblastoma.
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.1, 2