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Dental Implants, Endosteal, Plate Form

Definition : Endosteal dental implants designed for total or partial implantation into the lower mandibular bone and intended for denture anchoring and/or stabilization. These implantable dental plates typically consist of a multipin metallic staple (usually 5 or 7 pins) that is inserted through drilled holes in the mandible and fixed using either nuts or compression screws, allowing the use of an appropriate fitted dental prosthesis (e.g., denture). Mandibular implantable bone plates are used for anchoring implants for patients who are edentulous and who have deformed mandibles, contributing to the reconstruction of the severely atrophic mandibles.

Entry Terms : "Plate Form Endosteal Dental Implants" , "Plate Form Endosseous Dental Implants" , "Plates, Dental, Implantable Mandibular" , "Plate Form Dental Implants" , "Dental Plates" , "Plates, Dental" , "Mandibular Staple Bone Plates" , "Fixed Mandibular Implants" , "Staples, Mandibular"

UMDC code : 16203

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