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Through the centuries, humans have created replacement teeth from seashells, metals and even donor teeth from other humans. But it was only in 1952 that a Swedish orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Per-Ingvar Branemark, discovered that titanium could bond with living bone tissue. The phenomenon, which he named osseointegration, led to the birth of modern implants. Design improvements of the implant surface mean patients need less time now for their implants to fuse to the jawbone. This has improved the success rate for people with poor healing abilities, such as diabetics. The placement of dental implants and their accompanying prostheses are done in two surgical procedures. more

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