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Biologic width around dental implants

Marcin Jędrzejewski, Marcin Tutak, Tomasz Smektała, Marta Kłonica, Katarzyna Sporniak-Tutak

W pracy opisano aktualne doniesienia dotyczące budowy i funkcji tkanek otaczających wszczepy zębowe i przylegających bezpośrednio do nich oraz odbudowy protetycznej na granicy brzegu kości wyrostka zębodołowego i dziąsła. Przedstawiono czynniki mające wpływ na kształtowanie tkanek miękkich i twardych w trakcie leczenia implantoprotetycznego.

Hasła indeksowe: szerokość biologiczna, implanty, resorpcja kości wyrostka zębodołowego, platform switching

The study describes current reports regarding the structure and function of the tissues surrounding dental implants directly adjacent to them and to prosthetic appliances on the border between the bone edge of the dental alveolus and gum. There is a presentation of the factors having an influence on the shaping of the soft and hard tissues during the course of prosthetic treatment with implants.
Key words: biologic width, dental implants, alveolar bone resorption, platform switching

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