Most dental implants today are called endosteal implants. That means they are cylindrical or tapered with threads and rough coatings and they are placed inside the bone like your root is in the bone. However there are different size and shapes of endosteal implants that make for better results in different situations.
The drop down menu in this section describes individual implants, mini implants and multiple implants for a fixed or removable bridge to replace dentures or bad teeth.
Also discussed in this section is bone grafting because it is a sort of implant and is often needed in order to place dental implants.
American Dental Society of Anesthesiology
As well as Modern IV Sedation Dentistry
Master, College of Conscious Sedation