Retrospective study of the osseointegration of 164 NDI Medical dental implants

These days, the osseointegration of dental implants is scientifically very well investigated and generally accepted. As part of this study, an implant system with subtractive surface characteristics (blasted and acid-etched) was the subject of a follow-up investigation in a special implantology practice.

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Comparative Analysis of Surface and Chemical Composition of Various Dental Implant Systems and Their Influence on Degree of Sensitization in Humans

Nowadays dental implantology is the leading method for restoration of the masticatory efficiency in patients with secondary partial edentia. Dental implants are often made from corrosion-proof bioinert materials (titanium, zirconium, corundum ceramics), which promote proper osseointegration (adhesion of the dental implant surface with bone tissue), do not cause allergy and are well compatible with materials, from which the implant suprastructures are made…