Bone and soft tissue healing in dental implantology | 17095
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Bone and soft tissue healing in dental implantology


Kiatanant Boonsiriseth, Nawakamon Suriyan, Kyaw Min, Natthamet Wongsirichat

The knowledge of bone and soft tissue healing can b e applied to enhance the success of dental implants as the process of osseointegration depends on vascular supply at the surgical site and the primary stability of the endosseous implants. To ac hieve successful bone and soft tissue regeneration, factors such as systemic health of th e patient, biocompatibility and characteristic of t he implant surface, surgical protocol and quality and quantity of the bone at the implant site must be taken into consideration. Histomorphometric analysi s can determine the microstructure of bone trabeculae, reflecting the bone density and quality . Furthermore, molecular analysis of the bone cell can provide vital information during treatment plan ning in dental implantology, which can help in the prediction of its success.

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