Category Archives: Contemporary Implant Dentistry Edwin

Soft Tissue-to-Implant Interface

Soft Tissue-to-Implant Interface The successful dental implant should have an unbroken, perimucosal seal between the soft tissue and the implant abutment surface. To maintain the integrity of this seal, the patient must maintain a high level of oral hygiene Initial implant stability can be aided if implant cane two cortical plates o~!:; specific to dental implants. Clinicians, dental hygienists. and patients m


BIOLOGYIC CONSIDRITION  FOR OSSEOINTERATION the discovery of methods to maximize the amount of # bone and implant contact. Osseointegration ‘is a histologic definition meaning “a direct connection between living bone and load-bearing end osseous Implant at the light microscopic level.” Four main factors are required to achievesuccessful osseointegrated bone-to-implant interface: (1) a biocom

Contemporary Implant Dentistry Edwin

CHAPTER OUTLINE BIOLOGIC CONSIDERATIONS FOR OSSEOINTEGRATION Soft Tissue-to-Implant Interface Biomechanical Factors Affecting long-Term Implant Success CLINICAL IMPLANT COMPONENTS Implant Cover Screw Healing Cap Abutment Impression Post Laboratory Analog Waxing Sleeve • Prosthesis-Retaining Screw IMPLANT PROSTHETIC OPTIONS Completely Edentulous Patients Implant- and Tissue-Supported Overdenture All Implant-Suppor