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osseointegrated implant

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For instance in the United States, a considerable number of ENT surgeries such as nasal or sinus endoscopy, osseointegrated implant and temporal bone implantation receive Medicare.
Currently, the greatest contribution to development of an osseointegrated implant for amputees in the US has come from the University of Utah and the Veterans' Affairs Salt Lake City Health Care System.
Peri-implantitis is a site-specific infectious disease that causes an inflammatory process in soft tissues and bone loss around an osseointegrated implant in function [2].
To address these issues, manufacturers developed magnet-based conduction implants (MBCIs) that use magnetic coupling to transcutaneously attach a sound processor with a magnet external to the skin to an osseointegrated implant with a magnet beneath the skin.
Single teeth can be replaced using a solo osseointegrated implant, which can be thought of as the replacement root of the tooth.
In the final device design (design C, Figure 2), the bracket was eliminated, the bridging connector was shortened to adjust to the 2 cm-deep soft tissue channel, and the connector as well as the bone-capping portion of the osseointegrated implant was coated with a nonabrasive titanium niobium oxynitride ([Ti,Nb]ON) ceramic (Orthodynamics GmbH).
These electrodes record signals which are transmitted via the osseointegrated implant to the prostheses, where the signals are finally decoded and translated into motions.
Ueda, "Crevicular fluid in the osseointegrated implant sulcus: a pilot study," The International Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Implants, vol.
Contract notice: provision of osseointegrated implant
The term osseoperception has been stated to imply "the mechanosensibility associated with osseointegrated implant rehabilitation," further defined as "(i) the sensation arising from mechanical stimulation of a bone-anchored prosthesis, transduced by mechanoreceptors that may include those located in muscle, joint, mucosal, cutaneous and periosteal tissues, together with (ii) a change in central neural processing in maintaining sensorimotor function" [13].
Evaluation in vitro of the adhesion of osteoblasts on osseointegrated implant with treated surface (Titamax II[R]).