dental implant

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an implant that replaces a natural tooth

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The first products were also approved for use in dental implantation procedures extending the scope of indications for bone and dental growth factors.
New bone graft procedures are changing that, and have expanded the candidate pool for implants to include a sizable population of edentulous patients who were poor candidates for dental implantation due to severe bone resorption.
FIGURE 13 AVERAGE COST OF DENTAL IMPLANTATION PER TOOTH (2009)
Advances in dental techniques and procedures including cosmetic dentistry and dental implantation are emerging as other growth catalysts for the dental care sector.
Patient's Own Stem Cells to Be Harvested and Transplanted Into the Jaw to Generate Dense Bone Tissue for Permanent Dental Implantation
Grafting techniques are making it possible to expand the candidate pool for implants to include a sizable population of edentulous patients who were poor candidates for dental implantation due to severe bone resorption.
The company's technology allows for real-time imaging of a patient's jaw during dental surgery, increasing the safety and efficacy and lowering the cost of dental implantation and other dental surgical procedures.