Evaluation of standard jaw bone for dental implant

Date: 31/05/2018 / Author: Ms Trúc

Dentist - How to evaluate the standard for dental implant? In all cases Implant, evaluation of the jaw bone where implantation is mandatory. There are two basic criteria for quality of the jaw bone: bone quality and quantity.

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The amount of bone

At present, the minimum length of the implant is 6.0mm, the smallest diameter is 3.0mm. So if the length and width of the jaw is lower than this, then bone grafts are required. To accurately determine these indexes can only rely on 3-D imaging of the jaw bone and on-site analysis software. 
Two indexes of the jaw width of these two teeth indicate that if implant implants are required to perform bone graft.

Quality of bone

Hounsfield (HU) is an index used to measure the rigidity of a material block. The HU index of the air is - 1000 HU, the water is 0 Hu, the dentine's 1000 HU. According to the HU index, the jaw bone is divided into four levels: D1, D2, D3, D4.

The results and methods may vary depending on the individual's physical condition

The best HU for implants between D2 and D3 is between 350 and 1250. D1 and D4 are still implantable, but D4 indicates bone loss. Experiment. Index D1 shows that the bones are very thick, less blood vessels, so the healing time is longer.


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