Review Article
Volume 19 Issue 7 - 2020
A Literature Review on the Suitability of Dental Tech Implant Ora Systems
Trad Turki Toumeh1, Yaman Felfli2 and Merin Mathew3*
1Private Practitioner, Saudi Arabia
2Private Practice, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
3Assistant Professor, Jouf University, Saudi Arabia
*Corresponding Author: Merin Mathew, Assistant Professor, Department of prosthetic Dental Sciences, Jouf University, Saudi Arabia.
Received: June 08, 2020; Published: June 26, 2020


Dental implants considered as an important dental treatment modality as it substitutes missing or damaged teeth with maximum life like acceptability. It consists of various parts such as crown portion, abutment and the root portion. Several medical devices are assembled together to achieve the functionality of the dental implants. It is available in several geometry, lengths and diameter. Different implant systems available in the market and are focused mainly on the factors such as implant/abutment interface, body shape and implant to bone interface. The success rate of implant is greatly depended on the osseointegration and implant bone interface stability. In addition to these factors, the safety concerns and compatibility aspects are significant in deciding the suitability of any implant system. Therefore, the current review seeks the suitability of dental tech implant system. A range of products are available from this implant system to fulfil the need of professionals in diverse clinical situations. Concluding this review, it is found that the dental tech implant system utilizes various interdisciplinary science and technology to accomplish the requisites of implant system and to maintain their safety and standards concerns. In addition, this system satisfies the safety, compatibility and surface texturing requirements and may be considered suitable option for various implant treatments.

Keywords: Dental Implant Requisites; Implant System; Dental Tech System


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Citation: Merin Mathew., et al. “A Literature Review on the Suitability of Dental Tech Implant Ora Systems”. EC Dental Science 19.7 (2020): 93-99.

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