Dental Materials

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Dental Materials
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2011-03-25 00:17:06
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FINALLY I MADE IT TO CHAPTER 11!! YAY!
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  1. what are three contraindications for implant placement?
    • inadequate bone
    • uncontrolled periodontal disease
    • smoking
  2. t/f metal instruments are okay on implants if they are titanium, titanium alloy or graphite
    true
  3. is an air polisher okay to use on implants
    yes it sure it!
  4. what is the success rate of implants
    > or equal to 90%
  5. what supports mandibular denture in pts with severe bone resorption
    transosteal
  6. what is the most common type of implant and is the most successful in mandible
    endosseous
  7. why are endosseous more successful in mandible?
    DENSER BONE
  8. what is the most popular type of implant?
    endosseous
  9. what are the most common metals used for endosseous implants? 2
    • titanium
    • titanium alloys
  10. why are titanium and titanium alloys the most common metals used for endosseous implants? 3
    • biocompatible
    • light weight
    • not corrode
  11. what is used when multiple implants need to be parallel
    acrylic stent guide
  12. what is an acrylic stent guide for?
    correct angulation of implant
  13. when does the second step take place and what is done during this step
    • 3 months later (after placement of implant)
    • PLACE HEALING ABUTMENT
  14. what is an immediate placement surgical procedure (DUH)
    implant is placed immediately into fresh extraction site (I hope you got that one if not you may need to go back to bed)
  15. there is a close ______ and _____ of sulcular epithelium to implant surface
    • adaptation
    • attachment
  16. t/f there is a biologic seal to the implant so no microorganisms can infiltrate
    true
  17. how should pt take care of their implant at home?
    • customize for pt
    • (disclosing agents, bruses, floss, woodend plaque removers, antibacterial agents)
  18. what should be the hygiene interval for implants?
    3-4 month intervals
  19. t/f routine probing of implants is recommended
    FALSE FALSE FALSE it is NOT recommened
  20. what is used to check bone integration or levels?
    xrays
  21. what type of curettes and scalers should be used?
    plastic or graphite
  22. metal instruments used on implants must have _____ or ____ coating
    teflon or gold coating
  23. ____ _____ is used for polishing of an implant if necessary
    TIN OXIDE
  24. what are two reasons for implant failure after integration?
    • bacterial infection from peri-implant tissues into bone
    • overloading implant during FUNCTION loss of supporting bone

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