Dental Implant Macrogeometry and Biomaterials

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July 2020
76 pages
  • ISBN978-3-03936-453-4 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-03936-454-1 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Dental Implant Macrogeometry and Biomaterials that was published in

Biology & Life Sciences
Chemistry & Materials Science
Computer Science & Mathematics
Physical Sciences

Dental implant treatments are widely used and can be an option for lost teeth. Most treatment alternatives are limited due to bone structure, bone density, and patient’s health condition. This book is focused on simple and complicated clinical cases, different types and designs of implants, and also the way to obtain bone-to-implant contact. We have also sought to assess different biomaterials, bone stimulators, and types of dental implants that can reduce the gap, protect the peri-implant bone, and increase the aesthetics. The relationship of bone formation and biomaterials with dental implants is the key factor in bringing back the full reconstruction of soft and hard tissues. Additionally, the type of materials used for implant development are extremely important, especially in relation to strength and bending forces. The contact and protection of bundle bone with both biomaterials and implants will provide highly predictable success in aesthetics and function.

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short dental implant; finite element analysis; distal cantilever; implant-supported partial fixed prosthesis; microdeformations; displacements; geometric model; maxilla; bone marrow cells; grafts; adipose tissue-derived stem cells; ceramic scaffolds; demineralized bone matrix; bone regeneration; micro-CT; histomorphometry; crestal bone; cone Morse implants; mucosal thickness; implant dimensions; resonance frequency analysis; bone density; implant stability quotient; insertion torque; polyurethane foam blocks; pull-out torque; resonance frequency analysis; short implants; standard length implants

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