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Subperiosteal implant

Summary Information: Subperiosteal implant

Subperiosteal implant: A subperiosteal implant is titanium or cobalt chrome molybdenum (both metals) that is surgically implanted into the periosteum, or the tissue that covers the jaw bone, to serve as a scaffold for dentures or other prosthetic device.

Diseases Related To Medical Device: Subperiosteal implant

These diseases are related to the medical device Subperiosteal implant:

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