Dental Implants 組員：陳彥均黃琬真柯明宏陳育柔劉泓毅蕭萱
Dental Implant Defination: dental implant is also known as an endosseous implant or fixture. is a surgical component that interfaces with the bone of the jaw or skull to support a dental prosthesis.
Dental Implant Crown:Individual crowns placed over implants
Dental Implant Bridge:
Dental Implant Denture:
three-step process Steps: First Step: Dental Implant placement Intermediate Step: check the implant for its successful integration and connects some form of post which penetrates through the gum into the mouth.
three-step process Final step: restorative stage of placing the prosthetic tooth or teeth.
Mayan civilization • Time • date back to600A.D • Materials • ranging from carved stones, such as jade, to fragments of seashells.
Biological basis of modern implants • Time • 1952 • Osseointegration • A titanium cylinder placing in a bone could not be removed. Per-Ingvar Branemark
First introduced for people Time 1965 Branemarkcarried out the first-ever titanium dental implant operation, on a swedish patient with jaw deformities.
Benefit of implants Preservation of tooth structure Easier to keep clean Preserve the bone in ridge height and width Improve biting, chewing, and speaking esthetic
Implant longevity Implant failure Failure of implant to integrate with bone Infection around the implant Nerve damage Damage to adjacent teeth during implant placement Long-term success
Health Condition & Dental implant
Poor oral hygiene • Periodontics • High blood pressure • Heart disease • Long-term steroid • Heavy smokers • Radiation therapy to the head/neck area
Diabetes • periontitis • infection • healing process
Conclusion The importance of dental implant is certainly on the spotlight of dental field today, which dosen't mean that dental implant is panacea for all cases. It's equally importance to implant and to measure the condition of patients.