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Dental Implants, Endosteal, Root Form, Roller

Definition : Root form dental implants designed with the shape of a screw with an extended head configured as a cylinder (i.e., a roller). These implants are typically made of metal (e.g., titanium) materials conformed to follow the shape and size of a natural tooth root; they are intended for total or almost total implantation into the bone to replace a single tooth root in either the maxillary or mandibular bone. Roller implants are intended for attachment to dedicated pillars which in turn support at the other end dental prostheses such as dental pontics, crowns, and bridges.

Entry Terms : "Dental Implant Rollers" , "Rollers, Dental Implant"

UMDC code : 28480

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Sterngold Dental LLC

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Sterngold Dental, LLC is the union of two strong companies with impressive dental histories: APM-Sterngold and ImplaMed. Sterngold was founded in 1897 as a fabricator of precious alloys, and is credited as among the first to produce consistently formulated and alloyed dental casting golds. ImplaMed was created by a company specializing in the micro-machining of sophisticated implantable devices for medical and dental products manufactories.

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