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Dental Implants, Subperiosteal

Definition : Dental devices designed for implantation on the surface of either the maxilla or mandible beneath the periosteum using a metal framework that fits over the bone. These implants are typically custom made based on an impression of the bone made either during a surgical procedure or on a model of the bone made from computed tomography imaging of the jawbone. A dental laboratory creates the custom implant to fit the jaw, then the implant is inserted. Subperiosteal implants are intended for use when bone width or height is insufficient for a root-form or plate-form implant due to very advanced jawbone resorption.

Entry Terms : "Prostheses, Mandibular" , "Prostheses, Maxillofacial" , "Subperiosteal Dental Implants"

UMDC code : 23660

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BioHorizons Implant Systems Inc

Company Type: Parent

BioHorizons is dedicated to developing evidence-based and scientifically proven products. From the launch of the External implant system (Maestro) in 1997, to the Laser-Lok 3.0 implant in 2010, dental professionals as well as patients have confidence in our comprehensive portfolio of dental implants and biologics products.

SCHUTZ Dental Group

Company Type: Parent

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