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Bone volume and implant stability

Increasingly advanced technological tools, capable of measuring bone volume, density and thickness, have made it possible over time to perfect the dental technique of immediate loading implantology, obtaining absolute levels of precision and bringing implant success to percentages close to 100%.

Quantify bone volume before implantology

Thanks to specific software for planning the insertion of the dental implant it is possible to accurately establish the quantification of bone mineral density, this is information of fundamental importance for the dentist because it determines the type of implant to be inserted and the technique with which it will be inserted.

Bone volume is a parameter through which it is possible to monitor the change in bone mass in its microstructure.

Knowing the patient’s bone volume in detail can guarantee an effective osseointegration process and determine a high-level primary stability which is the basis of implant success.

Bone volume and primary stability

Recent research published in Oral Surgery Oral Medicine Oral Pathology Oral Radiology highlights the relationship between bone volume, as an indicator of bone density, and the primary stability of the implant.

Research typology

The research included 53 clinical cases who underwent oral implant surgery for the insertion of posterior implants. Bone fragments were taken from the implant area, preserved in formalin and then analyzed.

Among the evaluation parameters, the value of the peak of the insertion torque and the implant stability quotient were recorded.

The research revealed significant differences between the fraction of mandibular and maxillary bone volume. The bone density in the mandible was found to be higher than the bone density in the maxilla which also affected the primary stability of the implant.

In fact, greater bone density and volume generate better primary stability of the implant.


Bone volume analysis can provide an objective index for measuring bone density in the implant area, given the important influence it has on the assessment of initial implant stability.

Implantology planning becomes an essential phase for the success of the intervention and its success over time. Thanks to the information on the individual patient’s anatomy, it is possible to design a customized implant that perfectly adapts to the patient’s clinical conditions, thus offering the best possible solution for the restoration of fallen teeth.

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