Moderization of Cortically Supported Individual Implants

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Digital product processing, 3D and finite element analysis techniques, modern, tissue-friendly implants with adequate surface treatment and proper screw-fixing make it possible for a good idea to successfully treat patients who do not have a sufficient amount of bone tissue for the implantation of conventional cylindrical-shaped dental implants. The duration of the surgical procedure of a complete, toothless jawbone becomes much shorter. Complicated measurements and risky techniques that require substantial expertise become unnecessary. The implant can be placed precisely into position with a simple surgical procedure. Then, it can be fixed to the bone tissue with the help of pre-designed fixation points. After this, only the professional closing of the wound has to be carried out. We have designed and manufactured a titanium cortical implant that is novel both in the view of chemical composition and surgical procedure. The final connection shaping of the sleeve and abutment system of the personalized cortical-backup implants was designed with the help of finite element analysis methods after the healing process.

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