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implantes

Implantology

An implant is a biomaterial inert, usually an alloy of titanium or zirconium, with the shape of a tooth root, which is inserted into the bone to restore the function and aesthetics of one or more teeth. Implants require a very refined surgical technique and strict maintenance. Once the implant has been integrated into the bone, a prosthetic crown is then placed on it.