RESONANCE FREQUENCY ANALYSIS OF DENTAL IMPLANT STABILITY DURING OSSEOINTEGRATION PERIOD
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Teeth are meant to be in a dynamic occlusal equilibrium and loss of even a single tooth causes disharmony. The effects of tooth loss may range from malocclusion, hyper-eruption, speech- defects, periodontal problems, drifting of adjacent teeth to even TMJ problems. These difficulties have adverse consequences. Hence replacement of a single missing tooth is equally important as replacement of a group of teeth.
A dental implant is an artificial tooth root, when placed in the jaw, holds the crown or bridgework. Dental Implants are a more conservative treatment choice as they do not relying on the neighbouring teeth for support.