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implant

Med anything implanted, esp surgically, such as a tissue graft or hormone

implant

[′im‚plant]
(medicine)
A quantity of radioactive material in a suitable container, intended to be embedded in a tissue or tumor for therapeutic purposes.
A tissue graft placed in depth in the body.
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ALL-ON-4 DENTAL IMPLANTS One of the most recent revolutionary treatments in dentistry is a technique called All-on-4 dental implants and they are offered at Queensway Dental.
Public knowledge and acceptance of dental implant treatment in Malaysian population.
Student's awareness regarding the dental implant can help in eradicating any negative reflection of this procedure that may have been caused due to lack of adequate information.
New Delhi [India], August 23 ( ANI ): Dental implants are evolving as a popular and preferred choice of tooth replacement today, from just being a procedure that was exciting but hardly predictable, for patients looking to replace their missing teeth.
Since 2009, Dental Implants Professionals in Sydney has been offering the high quality dental implants treatment at affordable prices.
The material of the dental implant for molar and premolar teeth, which are deeper in the mouth and where larger implants usually are used, may be chosen after considering a possible specific reaction to one of the material of a particular patient.
Each year, millions of dental implants are successfully placed in patients throughout the world with an incredibly high success rate.
One of the prominent and promising dental Clinic in London, Hungary dental Implant is now pleased to announce the new step taken by the whole team, the advance all on 4/ Same day teeth is dental surgery is now performed by Hungarian dentist and technology are from Budapest.
Fifty percent of patients believed that dental implant needs more care, 30% of them equal care to natural tooth and 15% believed implants need less care and hygiene than tooth in our study.
8 Dental implant therapy is also gaining popularity among the Turkish population, especially in the upper socioeconomic class.