root-form implant

root-form implant

an implant shaped like the root of a tooth.

root-form im·plant

(rūt'fōrm im'plant)
An implant shaped like the root of a tooth.

root-form im·plant

(rūt'fōrm im'plant)
An implant shaped like the root of a tooth.
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Biomechanical tests of BioHorizons implants show performance superior to the design that is the basis for 90 percent of root-form implant products previously on the market.
Root-form implants are the most common type of dental implant; also known as an endosseous or endosteal implant because the implant is placed in the bone, so is unlikely to fall out.
The total revenue of Western European dental implant market for root-form implants is estimated to be $0.