osseointegrated dental implant

osseointegrated dental implant

A method of permanently fixing individual artificial teeth. A titanium or titanium alloy screw is inserted directly into the bone of the upper or lower jaw as an implant to which the artificial tooth is secured.
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The longitudinal and clinical effectiveness of osseointegrated dental implant for single-tooth replacement.
Primarily written by postgraduate students at Sagrado Coracao University, Brazil, the 14 chapters in this collection walk through different rehabilitation options for replacing teeth with osseointegrated dental implant and discuss the interactive role of implantology with other disciplines.
A 5-year follow-up comparative analysis of the efficacy of various osseointegrated dental implant systems: a systematic review of randomized controlled clinical trials.
Vairo, Stress-based performance evaluation of osseointegrated dental implants by finite-element simulation, Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory, 971-987 (2008).
Contract notice: Provision of osseointegrated dental implants.
The influence of smoking on 3-year clinical success of osseointegrated dental implants.
Osseointegrated dental implants are an effective alternative in the rehabilitation of partially or completely edentulous patients and this technique provide an improvement in the patients' quality of life in terms of comfort, function and esthetics (STELLINGSMA et al.
20 This assumption is supported by experimental investigations which show fractures occurring further away from the bone-implant interface on removing osseointegrated dental implants with roughened surfaces.
Osseointegrated dental implants with ball attachments supporting overdentures in patients with mandibular alveolar ridge atrophy.
Lewis, "The longitudinal effectiveness of osseointegrated dental implants.
The ability to successfully replace single or multiple missing teeth with osseointegrated dental implants has revolutionized dentistry over the past four decades.
The role of implant surface modifications, shape and material on the success of osseointegrated dental implants.