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Zirconium in implantology (implantation of teeth)

Zirconium and titanium are the only two materials of the periodic system of Mendeleev’s chemical elements that do not inhibit the proliferation of osteoblasts. More specifically, when they are being implanted into the body, bone tissue, they do not cause the bone to lyze. Therefore, along with the gold standard in any transplantology and implantology

Cone beam computed tomography in implantology

Cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) is one of two types of computed tomography used in medicine. CBCT is a special technology that has been developed for dentists since its accuracy is sufficient to identify small objects which are the tissues of the maxillofacial area. It is important to comment that cone beam computed tomography is

Contraindications to implantation of teeth

Contraindications to the placement of dental implants are divided into absolute and relative. Absolute contraindications in implantology mean the impossibility of setup of dental implants. These include acute inflammatory processes, benign or malignant processes in the maxillofacial area. Relative contraindications mean that the placement of dental implants is impossible until the elimination of a certain

Guided tissue regeneration during dental implantation

Soft tissues, in fact, are the only protection for a dental implant during its function. In light of this, the dental implantologist, placing a dental implant, should provide the volume of soft tissues with which an orthopedic dentist (prosthetist) can work further.  For this reason, the guided tissue regeneration during implantation of teeth is an

The phenomenon of osseointegration in implantology of teeth

Osseointegration is the process of bone-implant healing. At the time of surgery or surgical trauma, when the implantologist creates a socket for the placement of a dental implant, the osteocyte receives a signal from its own organism that this defect needs to be healed. Absolutely the same process in our body occurs, for example, during

3D and 4D teeth implantation

When referring to 3D or 4D teeth implantation, a placement of dental implants in the correct spatial orientation is understood. It is important that the dental implant is set up not in the place where a bone is, but in the one in which it should be set up according to the planned site of

Cortical implantation of teeth

Cortical implantation of teeth is the dental implants installation in the cortical plate of the upper or lower jaw. The cortical plate is the densiest part of the jaw, therefore, it is possible to achieve better primary stability or fixation of the dental implant by setting up the dental implant in this plate. Moreover, the