implant site


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implant site

The location in a jaw bone where a dental prosthesis will be or is seated.
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Therefore, the technique was conducted carefully, without excessive tension or sutures for dead space reduction on the implant site. Vascular impairment was avoided, but in two cases, cyanosite progression into superficial necrosis was observed.
The twenty-one contributions that make up the main body of the text are organized in six parts focused on technology, diagnosis, and treatment planning; technology and surgery; optimizing anatomical limits with short, narrow, and angled implants; implant site development; immediate implant reconstruction, and comprehensive applications of minimally invasive surgery.
The electrical auditory brainstem response (EABR) waves were tested to ensure the optimal implant site. After the operation, the EABR and computed tomography (CT) were used to test and verify the effectiveness via electrophysiology and anatomy, respectively.
The critical stress can be estimated from critical stress curve for overload or underload, in this case the information about Von Mises stress is needed to predict that condition together with the information about density of the implant site [10].
In case the CS1 elevator doesn't guarantee a watertight system due to an inadequate mineralized bone (D3, D4) or implant site overpreparation, it will be necessary to use the CS2 elevator, inserted by an implantology contra-angle
Biopsies of the implant site showed muscle regrowth in all five patients.
The patient must initiate the implant care regimen immediately after surgical placement with one-stage system, after exposure of the implant site in the two-stage system and upon premature exposure of the implant healing screw in the two-stage system [30].
However, analyses of the implant site locations (maxilla or mandible, anterior or posterior) in this study had no influence on the percentage agreement of length and width in the different stages of planning and implant placement, suggesting that the contribution of CBCT to the prediction of implant dimensions was not related to the location of the implant site; in both studies, CBCT exams led to a safer decision.
A stronger interface means that implants and bones will be better able to share mechanical loads, and we can better preserve healthy bone and soft tissue around the implant site."
However, such hydrogels cannot be delivered by catheter to an implant site for expansion and implant development.