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Periimplant marginal bone loss - from physiologic to pathologic

By Kiro Papakoca

Abstract

Direct anatomical and functional junction between the reshuffled bone and the surface of the implant that was loaded is the current definition of osseointegration. The concepts of the nature of the bone-implant interface have evolved considerably. The interposition of a fibrous connective tissue represented the classical concept, in case of a bone-implant direct contact, osseointegration is more viable on the long term. The aim of this presentation is to show an available treatment for preventing ridge atrophy and loss of alveolar bone in edentulous area, whit socket preservation procedure, we will took about effect of surgical trauma during implant insertion. This factor may trigger more rapid attachment breaking, thereby producing an environment that will harbor many putative pathogens. This can they may contribute to greater physiologic bone loss caused by the reestablishment of biologic width or due to a foreign body reaction

Topics: Clinical medicine
Year: 2016
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.ugd.edu.mk:15895

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