osseous integration

os·se·ous in·teg·ra·tion

(osē-ŭs intĕ-grāshŭn)
Apparent direct attachment or connection of osseous tissue to an inert alloplastic material without intervening connective tissue, as with dental implants.
Synonym(s): osseointegration.
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The influence of contaminants and surface treatments of titanium implants (like alumina-blasting, acid etching, anodization, hydroxyapatite coating,) on osseous integration has been extensively studied [21].
Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Plasminogen Augments Vascular and Osseous Integration of Transplanted Bone.