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  • Bone is a dynamic and highly ordered structure on the macroscopic, cellular and molecular levels.

  • A bone implant or bone graft is a medical procedure through which a damaged or missing piece of bone is replaced with a graft.

  • If the graft takes successfully, there is a good chance that the area will heal well, allowing the patient to use the bone as he or she normally would.

  • One of the most common reasons for a bone graft is the placement of a dental implant, since additional bone support in the jaw is required for dental implants.

  • Implant for dental purposes comprises a socket and is provide with self-tapping screw threads which are screwed into pilot bore formed in jaw bone.

  • Bone implants may also be used to repair chipped, broken, or severely damaged bones.

  • These implants can be made from artificial bone substitutes or natural bone in the form of Allo- or Autografted bone taken from a donor or the patient.

  • The loss of bone following tooth extraction is a significant clinical problem in implant dentistry as well as conventional restorative dentistry.

  • Remodeling is the development and long-term maintenance of healthy bone at the bone-implant interface in response to appropriate physiologic loading.

  • Devices are implanted in such a manner to promote a strong union base in order to use high strength artificial bone implants and the devices were in the form of plates, nails, pins, screws which commonly implanted in to the skeletal structure of human.

  • The implant manufactured must be made of a material that is non-corrosive and that does not produce any immunological reaction.

  • Due to high corrosion resistance, excellent strength and light weight, titanium & its alloys are widely used as implants.

  • The lifespan of bone implants and joint replacements relates directly to the materials they are made from.

  • The field of rapid prototyping has offered several new methods for creating implants, ranging from solid to porous materials, bioactive scaffolds.

  • Successful outcome of any implantation procedure depends on following components which includes 1. Surgical Technique 2. Macroscopic & Microscopic nature of implant surface 3.Biocompatibility of implant material. 4.Prosthetic Design.

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