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The biological fixation between the dental implant surfaces and jaw bones should be considered a prerequisite for the long-term success of implant-supported prostheses. In this context, the implant surface modifications gained an important and decisive place in implant research over the last years. As the most investigated topic in, it aided the development of enhanced dental treatment modalities and the expansion of dental implant use. Nowadays, a large number of implant types with a greatdoi:10.1590/s0103-64402010000600001 pmid:21271036 fatcat:4oj5s5cy7jg6rfveuwso63f7q4