fibrous encapsulation

fibrous encapsulation

(fīb´rəs enkap´səlā´shən),
n the fibrous connective tissue layer that forms between the implant and surrounding bone as the final stage in the healing process.
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It is the macromovement of the implants during healing that leads to fibrous encapsulation of the implants due to scar formation instead of regeneration of bone around implants 2.