used to replace missing teeth. Implants are different than bridges in that the implant is permanently attached directly to the jawbone.
A prosthetic device usually made of titanium that is implanted into the jaw bone to replace an absent tooth root. It can be used to anchor an artificial tooth, crown, bridge or denture.
an artificial permanent device placed in the jaw bone to anchor a tooth, crown, or bridge
A permucosal device which is biocompatible and biofunctional and is placed on or within the bone associated with the oral cavity to provide support for fixed or removable prosthetics.
an implant that replaces a natural tooth
a biocompatible (titanium) structure implanted in the jawbone which is used to support false teeth, such as denture, bridge or crown
a biomedical device usually composed of an inert metal or metallic alloy that is placed on or within the osseous tissues
a device meant to replace a missing tooth
a device that is used to replace the root portion of a missing tooth or missing teeth
a device that substitutes for the root portion of lost natural teeth
a device which is inserted into the jaw to support a prosthetic
a false tooth that is permanently secured to the jaw
a fixture used to replace the root of a tooth
a foreign object inserted within or over the bones of maxilla or mandibular to support a fixed or removable prostheses for restoration of function lost with the loss of natural teeth
a highly engineered titanium post which is placed into the jaw bone in much the same position as a natural tooth root
a man-made replacement for natural teeth which allows you the opportunity to return to the function and appearance of natural teeth
a man-made replacement for the natural tooth root which allows a person to return to non-removable teeth or a more secure dental restoration
a means of replacing a missing tooth or teeth by placing a titanium post in the jawbone
a metal cylinder that is placed surgically in the jaw bone and it takes the place of a tooth root
a metal device designed to replace missing teeth
a metal device that has been created for implantation into the Upper or Lower gum section of the jaw
a metal fixture, usually screw shaped or cylinder shaped and made of titanium, that is placed in the upper or lower jaw bone for later attachment of a dental prosthesis
a metallic cylinder
a metallic root that replaces the missing tooth in your mouth
a metal replacement
an "anchor" that is made of
an appliance used to replace the roots of teeth
an artificial root form of a tooth made from any inert material, (e
an artificial root, wich is implanted into the jaw to hold a crown, a bridge or a dental prosthesis
an artificial tooth that is placed directly into the jawbone where the missing tooth once laid
an artificial tooth that is surgically placed directly into the jawbone where a tooth is missing
a neat plan, providing that there is enough bone and that is a predictable service
a new technique used to replace a missing or damaged tooth
an fixture used to replace the root of a tooth
an option to replace a missing tooth
a permanent artificial tooth replacement
a permanent replacement for a missing tooth
a permanent replacement that looks and feels like your natural teeth, so there is no extra maintenance or change in biting habits that is normally associated with partial dentures
a prosthetic device comprised of a housing that is implanted within the jawbone
a replaced root of a missing tooth
a replacement dental tooth root
a replacement for the root of your missing tooth
a replacement tooth root constructed of medical expenses the cost of a plan of care prescribed by a physician and the amounts shown below
a replacement tooth "root" constructed of medical grade titanium
a replacement tooth that includes a titanium root implanted right into the bone
a replacement tooth that is attached to a screw and then placed in your jaw
a replacement tooth that is surgically anchored to the jawbone
a screw-shaped artificial root , made of titanium
a small "anchor
a small man-made titanium fixture that serves as a replacement for the root portion of a missing natural tooth
a small man-made titanium screw that serves as the replacement for the root portion of a missing natural tooth
a small metal cylinder that's surgically implanted in the bone of the jaw to replace the root of a missing tooth
a small metal pin fixed into the jaw to mimic a tooth's root
a small titanium cylinder that's surgically inserted into the bone of the jaw to replace the root of a missing tooth
a small titanium fixture that is surgically placed into your jawbone to hold a dental prosthesis (replacement tooth, bridge or denture) in place
a small, titanium screw-like device which replaces the root of a natural tooth and provides a foundation for attaching permanent artificial teeth
a small titanium screw-like fixture that serves as the replacement for the root portion of a
a small titanium screw or cylinder (pictured to the right) which is surgically placed in the upper or lower jawbone
a specially designed small cylinder or screw made of a biologically compatible material extensively tested over several years called titanium metal
a stable, comfortable and functional way to replace one or more missing teeth
a substitute for a missing tooth
a substitute for a natural tooth root
a surgically placed device which replaces the root structure of missing teeth
a surgical replacement into the jawbone where it replaces the natural tooth root
a synthetic root positioned into the jaw bone to provide a stable foundation for tooth attachments
a titanium alloy screw-shaped cylinder that acts to replace the root of a missing tooth and is held in place by bone just like the roots of the original tooth
a titanium anchor attached to the jaw on one end and to a crown (or several crowns) on the other
a titanium cylinder that is inserted into the dental ridge (alveolar bone) of the jaws
a titanium cylinder that is placed in the jawbone to replace missing teeth
a titanium fixture that is implanted in the jaw
a titanium fixture that is surgically placed into the jaw bone
a titanium fixture which is placed in a gum in order to create vessel into which screw-like implant can be placed (with a tooth replica on the outside part)
a titanium metal cylinder shaped somewhat like the root of a tooth that is surgically placed within the bone and ultimately becomes integrated or fused to the jaw bone
a titanium metal rod which i placed into the jawbone
a titanium metal rod which is placed into the jawbone
a titanium metal screw that when inserted into the jaw will unite with the bone and become a solid fixture
a titanium rod which is implanted into the jawbone to act as a stable base for an artificial tooth or to provide support for bridges , crowns or loose dentures
a versatile, artificial substitute for natural tooth roots that is placed in the jawbone by a specially trained dentist
a way to replace a lost tooth or teeth by use of a titanium "tooth root" that is surgically placed to fuse with the jawbone
an artificial replacement of various design, for natural teeth which are missing. An implant can be placed on top of the bone (subperiosteal), through the bone (transosteal), or within the bone (endosseous). Root form implants replace the root portion of a tooth.
a metal device placed into or on top of the jaw bone to provide support and/or retention for a dental restoration or prosthesis (see the Types of Dental Implants section for more details).
an artificial replacement of various designs for missing natural teeth; the implant is placed within the bone; typically they are root-form and replace the root portion of a tooth.
used to replace missing teeth. Implants consist of 3 parts - a special crown, a post, and an anchor embedded in the jawbone. Can also be used to anchor bridges or dentures.
A device surgically placed within the bone of the upper or lower jaw to act as an anchor to support a dental replacement.
A device specially designed to be placed surgically within or on the mandibular or maxillary bone as a means of providing for dental replacement; endosteal (endosseous); eposteal (subperiosteal); transosteal (transosseous).
A (usually) titanium cylinder surgically placed in the bone of the upper or lower jaw to provide support for a dental restoration or appliance
an artificial tooth and root used to replace a missing tooth (or teeth).
A metal, root-shaped device that is placed surgically in the jawbone. It acts as an anchor for attaching false teeth (crowns or bridges).
A dental implant is an artificial tooth root replacement and is used in prosthetic dentistry. There are several types. The most widely accepted and successful is the osseointegrated implant, based on the discovery by Professor Per-Ingvar BrÃ¥nemark that titanium could be successfully incorporated into bone when osteoblasts grow on and into the rough surface of the implanted titanium.