For many of us, implant treatment for missing teeth is a new concept, something we never imagined possible.  In an age of medical breakthroughs and longer, healthier living, it shouldn{t be surprising that having lost teeth no longer means dentures.  Science offers a better solution.In the early 1950{s, Swedish scientist Per-Ingvar Brnemark observed that titanium could bind with bone.  He termed this process Osseointegration.  Systems were then developed using pure titanium implants for tooth replacement along with other medical applications.  The long-term success of dental implants has been so high that the question is not Do they work, but rather, What else can they be used for?Professor Brnemark{s first dental implants were placed three decades ago, and today still function perfectly for his first patient.  Since then, hundreds of thousands of patients around the world have been treated with dental implants for tooth replacement.  What began as a treatment for people with no teeth and little hope of normal function has now developed into a treatment that can benefit virtually any dental situation, including anterior tooth replacement.The hope of restoring something important that{s been lost, especially in the human body, is an exciting possibility.  With dental implants, it{s not just hope-it{s a reality.


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