2016, Vol. 2 Issue 2, Part A
AUTHOR(S): Dr. Unjum Bashir, Dr. Manas Gupta, Dr. Ravish Ahuja
ABSTRACT: We may think of implants as being an invention of modern times. But history shows evidences of ancient civilization trying to replace missing teeth by banding artificial tooth replacements to remaining teeth or by using gold ligature wires to stabilize periodontally weak teeth. The first clear evidence of tooth replacement is from the early Egyptians in 2500 BC where attempts were made to stabilize periodontally compromised teeth with the use of gold ligature wires. Some of the implant system should be discussed although research for comparing all the systems simultaneously is limited. The implants systems discussed here has had direct case study and application either in clinical / laboratory or laboratory only.
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How to cite this article:
Dr. Unjum Bashir, Dr. Manas Gupta, Dr. Ravish Ahuja. Implant systems. Int J Appl Dent Sci 2016;2(2):35-41.