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UNC Adams School of Dentistry (GRAD)
UNC Adams School of Dentistry (GRAD) < University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Dental implants are fully placed in the bone in order to replace the natural root of the tooth and allow the installation of a dental prosthesis. The chamber was inserted in rabbit and dog legs. In some experiments the chamber structure of stainless steel was replaced by titanium. In fact, the titanium chamber could not remove from the surrounding bone once it had healed. Histological studies showed complete integration of titanium with the bone.
Rabbit as an animal model for experimental research
Correspondence Address : Dr. Successful dental implant therapy largely depends upon the implant osseointegration. Many local and systemic factors interfere with this process. Hence, this study critically reviews the impact that these factors might have on the osseointegration. This review emphasizes the importance of a vigilant preoperative assessment of the local and systemic risk factors as they play a significant role in the long-term success of dental implants.
Biological fixation of the hip joint endoprosthesis today plays an important role in cementless total hip arthroplasty. Objective : to determine the features of osseointegration around the implant and to identify the risk factors which affect this process. Methods : more than 40 works from electronic databases PubMed, Medline, as well as abstracts, articles and other sources of scientific and medical information were analyzed. Results : on the basis of the received information, the following issues were investigated: mechanisms and stages of osseointegration, factors affecting peri-implantation osteogenesis and osseointegration at arthroplasty. Osteointegration goes through the following stages: the inflammation, migration and differentiation of osteogenic cells, the formation of bone tissue, in which the surface of the implant is surrounded by an osteoid and a mineralized matrix; and bone tissue remodeling.