Alloplast: Graft of a relatively inert synthetic material. Generally metal, ceramic or polymeric material.
Oral Implant: A device or inert substance, biologic or alloplastic, that is surgically inserted into soft or hard tissues, to be used for functional or cosmetic purposes.
Intra-Mucosal Inserts (Mucosal Inserts): Alloplastic devices placed into the tissue bearing surface of a removable prosthesis to mechanically maintain the mucostatic seal. Generally made of titanium, surgical stainless steel or alu . . . View Full Definition
Augmentation: The placement of autogenous or alloplastic materials to correct bony insufficiencies.
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