Dental Implantology is Always Moving

  • Implantology Seminars
  • 06 Dec, 2014
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Dental Implantology is Always Moving

We work in a field that is part medicine, part technology. That’s why mastering the art and science of dental implantology requires continuing education and hands-on training.

This recent story perfectly sums up the fast-moving trends in our field, highlighting how materials science continues to offer lighter, stronger and better options for dental implants:

The material used for an implant post must be strong enough to absorb the stress of the repetitive force of chewing and spare the bone structure from damage. The material should also resist corrosion as well as titanium does.

The technology under review in the article is a mixture of polymer and ceramics – and while it remains in its infancy, it should stand as a reminder that we are constantly getting better at this.

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