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Implantologija u svakodnevnoj dentalnoj praksi

Sanja Marin (2010)
Metadata
TitleImplantologija u svakodnevnoj dentalnoj praksi
AuthorSanja Marin
Mentor(s)Josipa Borčić (thesis advisor)
Abstract
Dentalni implantat je konstrukcija koja se kirurškim zahvatom ugrađuje u bezubi dio čeljusti predstavljajući korijenski dio zuba. Danas se koristi endoosealni tip dentalnih implantata od titana koji pokazuje dobru integraciju sa koštanim tkivom. Djelovi implanatata su tijelo koje se ugrađuje u kost, sekundarni dio koji predstavlja nadogradnju i suprakonstrukcija koja imitira prirodni zub. Mogu biti različitih oblika, površina, promjera i duljina. Najvažnija osobina dentalnih implantata je povezivanje s okolnom kosti, što se naziva oseointegracija. U indikacije za dentalne implantate spadaju manjak jednog zuba, djelomična bezubost i potpuna bezubost. Kontraindikacije možemo podjeliti na apsolutne koje zabranjuju ovaj tip terapije ili relativne kontraindikacije koje omogućuju terapiju uz mjere opreza. Prije kirurške ugradnje implantata potrebno je iscrpno klinički i radiološki analizirati lokalno stanje mekih i tvrdih tkiva. Kirurški postupak djelimo na dvije faze. U prvoj fazi se implantat ugrađuje u kost te nakon čekanja od 3-6 mjeseci pristupa se drugoj fazi. U drugoj fazi se implantat prikazuje i postavlja vijak za cijeljenje ili nadogradnja. Terapija završava izradom protetskog nadomjestka koji može biti samostalna krunica, most ili proteza. Tijekom i poslije implantološkog tretmana mogu nastati komplikacije koje treba pravovremeno primjetiti i liječiti.
Keywordsdental implants
Committee MembersJosipa Borčić (committee member)
Tomislav Ćabov (committee member)
Marica Šimunović-Šoškić (committee member)
GranterSveučilište u Rijeci
Medicinski fakultet
Lower level organizational unitsKatedra za oralnu kirurgiju
PlaceRijeka
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineBIOMEDICINE AND HEALTHCARE
Dental Medicine
Oral Surgery
Study programme typeuniversity
Study levelintegrated undergraduate and graduate
Study programmeDental Medicine
Academic title abbreviationdr. med. dent.
Genremaster's thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2010-02-01
Parallel abstract (English)
A dental implant is a structure that is surgically built into a toothless part of the jaw with the purpose of substituting a root. Today are used the endosteal dental implants made of titanium which have showed very good integration with the host bone tissue. The components of the implant are a matter which is built into the bone - a secondary part functioning as an extension and a suprastructure which mimics the real tooth. These can have different shapes, surfaces, diameters and lengths. The most important characteristic of dental implants is the integration into the adjacent bone which is called oseointegration. Some indications for a dental implant are lack of a tooth, partial and total anodontia. Contraindications can be divided into the absolute, which prohibit this type of therapy and into the relative contraindications which enable therapy with caution. Prior to surgical installation of the implant it is necessary to make an extensive clinical and radiological analysis of local condition of soft and hard tissues. The surgical procedure is divided into two stages. In the first, the implant is built into the bone and after 3 to 6 months starts the second stage. In the second stage, the implant is displayed and abutment or sulkus former is installed. The therapy is terminated by making a prosthetic substitute which can be an autonomous crown, a bridge or a prosthesis. Complications can occur during and after the treatment so these have to be noticed and treated in time.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)dentalni implantati
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URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:184:178927
CommitterBosa Licul