A Rationale for the use of Various Implant Systems



The routine use of dental implants has increased our awareness

of the biomechanical parameters of clinical dentistry. Basic tenets

such as crown-root ratio and dental materials are paramount. The

choice of a particular dental implant system involves many factors

relating to the "biologic cost" of the procedure. The major implant

systems will be explored and compared stressing the pros and cons

of each.


It has been said, that most dental implant failures occur before

they are placed in the mouth. Only through a systematic approach,

can a thorough understanding of the factors in treatment planning

be accomplished.


Dr. Frederick J. Nau
30 Central Park South
New York, N.Y.10019
(212)755-3030

 

 

 

 

 

 

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