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Synonyms for site

the place where a person or thing is located

the place where an action or event occurs

to put in or assign to a certain position or location

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Mild degenerative changes were present at the implant site.
Bone quality at the implant sites was assessed to verify its suitability for implantation.
Adding platelet rich plasma and bone morphogenic protein to an implant site allows surgeons to grow bone more predictably and faster than traditional methods, experts claim.
One patient in the placebo group also had a serious adverse event, cellulitis at the implant site.
The most common device-or therapy-related adverse events that occurred during the implant phase of the study were implant site pain (28% of patients), paresthesia (15%), change in sensation of stimulation (12%), and implant site infection (10%).
A slight bulge of the skin was visible over the implant site, and a small, firm swelling was felt over the processor part of the implant system.
At 2 days post-implantation inflammatory cell infiltration towards the implant site was noted (Fig.
During this time, a removable temporary tooth replacement can be worn over the implant site.
We used sterile procedures to incise the skin and muscle for the implant site and closed the incisions with two absorbable sutures in the muscle and three surgical wound clips in the skin.
The Portico valve is the first valve that has the ability to be completely resheathed (the process of bringing the valve back into the delivery catheter) and repositioned at the implant site before being released from the delivery system.
10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- BioHorizons, an oral reconstructive device company, today announced the launch of MinerOss X, a family of xenograft products for dental implant site development procedures.
Studies have shown that devices coated with this material have reduced infection rates at the implant site by up to 80% and reduced bloodstream infection by up to 60%.
About 4% of patients had implant site complications that included swelling, redness, hematoma, and pain.
The implant site was carefully exposed and a perpendicular cut was made through the implant site using a high precision diamond saw (Beuhler Isomet) and was immediately immersed in 10 % neutral buffered formalin.
They removed the bead, and an hour and a half later cut a tiny wedge of tissue from next to the implant site.