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Micromotion in Dental Implants: Unveiling the Basics

Adrian Andreou

Dental implants have become a cornerstone of modern dentistry, offering patients a reliable and aesthetically pleasing solution for replacing missing teeth. However, the long-term success of dental implants hinges on the mechanical stability of the implant-bone interface. Micromotion, the subtle but crucial motion at this interface, has emerged as a central concern in implantology. This abstract sheds light on the fundamentals of micromotion in dental implants, encompassing its definition, impact on osseointegration, and the factors influencing it. Without friction between implant and bone, a symmetric loading situation of the bone with maximum loading and displacement at the apex of the implant was recorded. The addition of threads led to a decrease in loading and displacement at the apical part, but loading and displacement were also observed at the vertical walls of the implants. Understanding the basics of micromotion is essential for clinicians and researchers alike, as it lays the foundation for optimizing implant selection, surgical techniques, and patient education, ultimately ensuring the durability and functionality of dental implants. This abstract serves as a primer for delving into the intricate world of micromotion in dental implantology, emphasizing its pivotal role in the success of implant treatments.