Evolution and scope of dental implantology, Biology

The need to replace missing teeth has haunted humans for time immemorial. Since antiquity man has attempted to solve the problems associated with failing dentition. The goal of modern dentistry is to restore the patient to normal contour, function, comfort, esthetics, speech and health regardless of the atrophy, disease or injury of the stomatognathic system. With the continued efforts to bring in a revolutionary change in dentistry, implants have evolved as an innovative answer to these problems. As a result of continued research in treatment planning, implant designs, materials and techniques, predictable success is now a reality for the rehabilitation of many challenging clinical situations.

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