Dental Implant Surfaces and Osseointegration

Dental implant surfaces play a crucial role in achieving successful osseointegration, which refers to the direct structural and functional connection between the implant and the surrounding bone. Implant surfaces are designed to promote the attachment and growth of bone cells, leading to the formation of a stable and durable connection. Various surface modifications, such as roughening or coating the implant surface, have been developed to enhance osseointegration. These modifications aim to increase surface area, improve cell adhesion, and stimulate bone growth. By optimising implant surfaces, dental professionals can enhance the osseointegration process, resulting in long-term implant stability and improved clinical outcomes for patients.

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