Implant system, Biology

In the early 1970's, Schroeder and his group designed a single stage implant system known by the name of ITI Implant System. They demonstrated that one-stage implant can also result in direct bone to implant contact and named this phenomenon as "functional ankylosis". The initial surface characteristics was plasma sprayed titanium coating which in recent years have changed to a sand blasted acid etched surface.

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