Sunday, 12 December 2010

Dental implant

Dental implant


A dental implant is in the jaw bone inserted foreign body ( implant ). The branch of dentistry that deals with the insertion of insertion) of dental implants into the jaw bone is concerned (is, as implant called. Through its utility as a carrier of dental implants take over the function of artificial tooth roots . Here they are in general (via its screw thread) in the jaw bone ( endosseous implants) screwed or inserted easily. They connect to within 3 to 6 months with the surrounding bone to form a solid, highly load-bearing support unit ( osseointegration ).

The macromorphological design of the implant (implant form) has an impact on the surgical insertion technique. The shape of the jaw bone protruding from pillar determines the possibilities of the superstructure . In superstructure is in this context, the dental implants einzugliedernde to understand the. Dental implants are usually made of titanium , but also from ceramic materials.


Kristen Dockery said...

Thanks for the very useful information in this article. My father is needing to get some teeth replaced and we were recently trying to figure out what the best option for him would be. After coming across this article I think that dental implants would be great for him.

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