Biomaterials for Dental Implants: An Overview

@article{Muddugangadhar2011BiomaterialsFD,
  title={Biomaterials for Dental Implants: An Overview},
  author={B C Muddugangadhar and G S Amarnath and Siddhi Tripathi and Suchismita Dikshit and Di Blassi Ms},
  journal={International Journal of Oral Implantology and Clinical Research},
  year={2011},
  volume={2},
  pages={13-24}
}
The goal of modern dentistry is to restore the patient to normal contour, function, comfort, esthetics, speech and health regardless of theatrophy, disease or injury of the stomatognathic system. As a result of continued research in treatment planning, implant designs,materials and techniques, predictable success is now a reality for the rehabilitation of many challenging situations. The biocompatibilityprofiles of synthetic substances (biomaterials) used for the replacement or augmentation of… Expand
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