deutsch english français ¿Qué preguntas debe hacer a su dentista sobre los implantes dentales? La siguiente lista de preguntas puede ayudarle a recordar los temas que debe discutir con su dentista. Es posible que no todas las preguntas sean aplicables o que otras preguntas sean útiles. 1. ¿Cuáles son los riesgos y las …
deutsch english espagñol Quelles questions devez-vous poser à votre dentiste au sujet des implants dentaires ? La liste de questions suivante peut vous aider à vous rappeler les sujets à discuter avec votre dentiste. Il est possible que toutes les questions ne s’appliquent pas ou que d’autres questions soient utiles. 1. Quels sont les risques …
english español français Welche Fragen sollten Sie Ihrem Zahnarzt zu Zahnimplantaten stellen? Diese Liste von Fragen kann Ihnen helfen, sich an Themen zu erinnern, die Sie mit Ihrem Zahnarzt besprechen sollten. Es ist möglich, dass nicht alle Fragen zutreffen oder weitere Fragen hilfreich sind. 1. Welche Risiken und Komplikationen sind mit …
deutsch français español What Questions Should You Ask Your Dentist about Dental Implants? The following list of questions may help you to remind you of topics to discuss with your dentist. It is possible that not all questions apply or further questions are helpful. 1. What are the risks and complications associated with …
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relating to the maxilla (upper jawbone) and the face. Maxillofacial surgery is a specialization of medicine and/or dentistry that focuses on problems around the mouth, jaw, midface and neck. Anatomical limits and skills differ country-to-country. In some countries doctors attend medical school, dental school and than an additional residency. In other countries they attend either …
One-piece dental implants do not only consist of the artificial root, but are also firmly connected to the abutment that supports the dental crown. Advantages: – No micro-cleft with hygienic problems – Smaller implants possible, smaller wound, faster surgery – Simplified definitive care, cheaper Disadvantages – Insertion divergences (can be corrected in some systems by …
CleanImplant checks the quality of dental implants by the purity of the implant surfaces.
There are different classifications of bone density (quality) in oral implantology. Lekholm U, Zarb GA: Patient selection and preparation. In: Brånemark PI, Zarb GA, Albrektsson T. Tissue integrated Prostheses: Osseointegration in Clincal Dentistry. Chicago: Quintessence Publishing Co. Inc.; 1985:199-209. Bone Density/Quality Types I: Almost the entire jaw is comprised of homogenous compact bone. II: …
The placement of three or more implants with a non-linear alignment of their platform.
An dental endosseous implant that is inserted laterally, from the facial aspect of the edentulous alveolar ridge.
Dental An endosseous, root-form implant, with a wider diameter coronally than apically. The sides of the implant converge apically.
Syn.: Transmandibular implant. An dental transosseous implant in which a plate is fixed at the inferior border of the mandible. Retentive screws are placed partially into the inferior border with two continuous screws going transcortically and penetrating into the mouth in the canine areas and used as abutments for a removable denture.
Inflammation of the sinus maxillaris. Signs include sensitivity of teeth to percussion, fever, and facial swelling. Symptoms may include nasal congestion, post nasal discharge, facial pain, headache, rhinorrhea, halitosis, popping of ears, and muffled hearing. It may occur with oral surgery combined with dental implants or augmentation (sinus elevation, sinuslift).
The excavation of tissue to form a shallow shelving depression, usually performed to facilitate drainage from infected areas of bone. The shallow saucer-like depression on the upper surface of a vertebra that has suffered a compression fracture. Dental: Pericervical depression around an dental implants neck.
Dental Syn.: Extraction socket graft, socket graft, socket preservation. The immediate placement of a grafting material or any procedure, performed on the extraction socket following tooth extraction. This is done to avoid bone and/or soft tissue resorption to maintain substance for fixing a denture or accepting an implant.
Dental restoration that is removable by the patient. The restoration may be partial arch (RPD): Removable partial denture, or complete arch (RCD: Removable complete denture)
Gradual increase in the application of load on an implant.
Dental Full arch mandibular implant with a tripodal design that consists of a horizontal supragingival connecting bar with endosseous units placed into the two rami and symphyseal area.
Dental A root-form implant that has its origin in the region of the former second or third maxillary molar and its end point encroaches in the scaphoid fossa of the sphenoid bone. The implant follows an intrasinusal trajectory in a dorsal and mesio-cranial direction, perforating the posterior sinusal wall and the pterygoid plates.
Dental Syn.: Provisional implant Implant used during implant therapy to support a transitional fixed or removable denture. It is usually an immediately loaded narrow diameter implant, which may be removed at a later stage of treatment.
Dental Removable partial or complete denture, which may be implant-supported or implant-tissue-supported. The prosthesis is retained by attachments.
Dental Any implant used during orthodontic treatment as anchorage for orthodontic tooth movement.
Dental The implant in which the endosseous and transmucosal portions consist of one unit which presents a surface without a joint to the tissues.
Dental The part of a dental reconstruction, that couples the implant complex (infrastructure) to the suprastructure.
Dental A clinical protocol for the placement of dental implants in a partially edentulous arch, with a fixed or removable restoration not in occlusal contact with the opposing dentition, at the same clinical visit.
Dental A clinical protocol for the placement and application of force on dental implants, with a fixed or removable restoration in occlusal contact with the opposing dentition, at the same clinical visit. Syn.: Immediate occlusal loading
Dental An endosseous, root-form implant, with different surface textures at different levels.
A dental root-form implant with an internal channel penetrating the implant body from/at its apical aspect.
Dental The restoration is in occlusal contact with the opposing dentition in maximal intercuspal position and/or excursions
Dental Prosthesis fixed to an implant or implants, only removable by the dentists.
Dental A restoration that is not removable by the patient. The restoration may be partial arch (FPD: Fixed partial denture), or complete arch (FCD: Fixed complete denture.
Dental One kind of a connection interface of the platform of a dental two-piece implant extending coronally. It prevents rotation of attached components and is used when.
Syn.: Button implant, epithelial implant, intramucosal insert, mucosal implant. Mushroom-shaped device fastened to the tissue surface of a removable denture that fits within a prepared gingival receptor site. The use of multiple mucosal inserts enhances a denture´s retention and stability. As it does not perforate dermal/mucosal integrity, it is no real implant.
Dental The part of the axial contour a crown, that extends from the base of the sulcus past the free soft tissue margin. It is important for the esthetic outcome of an implant worn crown in the frontal area.
Refers to the time of applying force on an implant after initial placement. This term mostly is used in oral surgery/dental implantology. The prosthesis is brought in function earlier than the conventional healing period. Early loading may be applied, if preconditions are good or optimally.
Refers to the time of applying force on an implant after initial placement. This term mostly is used in oral surgery/dental implantology. The prosthesis is brought in function after a certain healing period. The healing period may be very different, depending on some factors like general predisposition, diseases, tissue health, intensity of use, cooperation.
Dental A custom component to wear a tooth-crown machined or cast to serve in a unique circumstance where prefabricated components are not acceptable.
Dental An endosseous root-form press-fit implant, with parallel-sided walls.
Dental A root-form or cylindric dental implant that has its origin in the region of the former first maxillary molar and its end point encroaches into the zygomatic bone. It is an elder technique starting in the 1970s, coming back around 2015 with the three-dimensional planning tools with more accuracy. It is used to support …
Syn.: Glass-like carbon, glassy carbon Vitreous carbon a non-graphitizing, or nongraphitizable, carbon which combines glassy and ceramic properties with those of graphite. The most important properties are high temperature resistance, hardness, low density, low electrical resistance, low friction, low thermal resistance, extreme resistance to chemical attack and impermeability to gases and liquids. Glassy carbon is …
Dental The restoration is not in occlusal contact with the opposing dentition in maximal intercuspal position or in excursions. also: nonfunctional loading
Dental Implant designed to rest on the surface of bone, under the periosteum. It is customized, sometimes stabilized with screw(s). Complete subperiosteal implant: Used in the complete edentulous arch. Unilateral subperiosteal implant: Implant located on one side of the posterior mandible or maxilla. Circumferential subperiosteal implant: Implant that bypasses remaining teeth or implants. It is …
Dental Removable partial or complete denture, supported by dental implants or implants and tissue. Dental implants are connected together with a bar, representing or incorporating attachment mechanisms for retention and/or support of a denture.
Dental: Mechanical device used for the retention and stability of a dental prosthesis.
A deficiency in the contour of the alveolar ridge. It can be vertical (apicocoronal) and/or horizontal (buccolingual, mesiodistal)
The term refers to the direct structural and functional connection between living bone and the surface of a load-bearing (Albrektsson et al. in 1981) artificial implant. A more recent definition (by Schroeder et al.) defines osseointegration as “functional ankylosis (bone adherence)”, where new bone is laid down directly on the implant surface and the implant …
dental: A conical connection is an abutment connection with dental implants. Conical connections are said to be linked with the implant so tight, that they have no micromovement and help avoiding bacteria to enter into the inner part of the dental implant. literature: https://implant-register.com/multicenter-study-evaluating-the-novel-tapered-conical-connection-implants-1-year-results/
Osteoconduction occurs when the bone graft material serves as a scaffold for new bone growth that is perpetuated by the native bone. Osteoblasts from the margin of the defect that is being grafted utilize the bone graft material as a framework upon which to spread and generate new bone. In the very least, a bone …
GBR is the reformation of bone. This may be induced within a bony structure by a packing material or in excess on the surface of a bony structure by tissue augmentation. A dental surgical procedure using barrier membranes to direct the growth of new bone at sites with insufficient volumes or dimensions of bone, usually …
also “Zirconia” ZrO2 physical Density 5,68 g/cm³ Medical used Zirconium dioxides usually come with some dopants, which clearly improve physical properties chemical The change of volume caused by the structure transitions from tetragonal to monoclinic to cubic induces large stresses, causing it to crack upon cooling from high temperatures. When the zirconia is blended with …