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, Volume 28, Issue 5, pp 14–21 | Cite as

The effect of different dental implant materials on oral tissue compatibility

  • Edwin C. Ethridge
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Abstract

Can metals, ceramics, polymers or glasses be useful toward insuring a truly lasting smile? An examination of some significant variables.

Keywords

PMMA Alveolar Bone Dental Implant Fibrous Capsule Water Drip 
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