Let’s discuss the different types and uses of titanium for dental implants. I discuss the different surfaces of implants and how they are treated.

📌Be a Channel Member to Get Exclusive Videos and High-Yield Notes

📌Take a look at our notes free of charge:

📌We offer premium and complimentary courses for dental students.

🛒Toothism’s Amazon Store:

📌This is an affiliate link. My store will make it possible for you to purchase products at no additional cost. This will allow me to help you support the channel. 🙂

📌Click the link to subscribe and become a member of Toothism’s rapidly growing community!

📌You can watch the complete playlist for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery right here.

📌You can watch the complete playlist for Conservative dentistry here.

📌You can see the complete playlist for Pedodontics right here.

📌You can watch the complete playlist for Oral Pathology and Oral medicine right here.

📌You can watch the complete playlist of Anatomy right here:

📌Support Toothism

Toothism is an expanding dental education platform. We aim to empower dentists around the globe and make dentistry easier using whiteboard animations. These videos will help you get to the bottom of things and explain why they are the way that they are. This way of learning will allow you to remember things forever. 🙂

Please comment below if our videos have helped you in some way.
Send us an email at if you have any questions.

Follow Toothism @_toothism


What do you think?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

GIPHY App Key not set. Please check settings


  1. I think my dentist that is caring for my implants doesn't know about some of the technical procedures you've mentioned. I'm in big problems switching dental institutions (1st one I was not feeling comfortable and confidence). (2nd one I don't know what to feel… omg😱) I might be screwed 😳

  2. I am.shocked to fins out the ceramic ones come worh aluminum oxide. I would like vodeo also on the other mentals present in titanium imolants . Strsuman does grade 4 but contain zirconium 12% .. it's not stated what grage zircoinium. There are still traces of other metals in gradr 4 titanium alone. What are the risk of this metals in oure body. Who is at risk of developing sensitivity? Should i take metal sensitivity test? I read about it affecting lungs, spreading to other tissues, when does it happen, over time ? I resd they can chip to surrounding tissue and casue problem. I dont think patient is told much of what are side effects or the full implant chemical composition. Dentist seem to be upset to get asked to much

@thebentist Can you whiten your teeth with braces on?? Lets find out! #braces #t…

Discoloration on baby teeth