Implants become stable in a process known as osseointegration. This is where bone fuses with the titanium of the implants, making them a part of your mouth, giving support to your jaw, and allowing for the best possible functionality of your replacement teeth. Osseointegration is the single most important factor that affects the success rate of a dental implant treatment. If the implant fuses, then there isn’t likely to be a problem.
As well as the angles of the abutments and implants, the implants themselves help to encourage the process. They have a special TiUnite surface, which is coated with extra layers of titanium, as well as patented grooves which increase the surface area of the implant, which helps it to fuse.
This provides enough initial stability to accommodate ‘Teeth in 1 Day’.