Development of the 20th Century Dental Revolution 'Implant' South Korea from Implant Importer to Exporter
Jul 27, 2020, 06:17
The implant, which is called the revolution of dentistry in the 20th century, became popular, making it easy to go to any dentist in South Korea. Implants are no longer unfamiliar to us. When the implant is applied to the missing part, the gum bone is not absorbed and the face shape is prevented from changing, allowing a natural impression. In addition, the implant is the longest-lived treatment method among the existing treatment methods. With regular dental care, it can last as long as natural teeth. It is also inexpensive. Partial dentures are inexpensive to produce, but if worn out or damaged, repair and replacement costs are incurred, the implant is semi-permanent, it is economical for life. Another advantage is that chewing power is 5-7 times stronger than dentures.
The implant procedure began in the United States and the United Kingdom and was introduced to Korea in the early 1990s. At that time, the domestic implant market was dominated by foreign companies 100%. From the early 2000s, Korea gradually changed from an implant importer to an exporter. Currently, 80% of the people have learned about implants, and more than 70 countries around the world produce implants used by dentists and patients.
There are companies that have contributed to the export of implants. One of them is the Korea Dental Implant Research Institute located in Ansan, Gyeonggi-do. The Korea Dental Implant Research Institute was established in July 2018 and is a company that manufactures and sells implants and surgical drills based on 25 years of dental implant experience, and further develops and implements surface treatment technology.
The bestselling product is SLock Implant. SLock implant system is developed with a biological and biomechanical approach. Every detail is carefully designed to fit together and work in harmony with each other and whit nature. The creative idea of SLock implant system have been proven in excellent long-term clinical results.
Young-jae Kim, CEO of Korea Dental Implant Research Institute said "Our goal is to provide customers with the freedom of unlimited possibilities when it comes to implant therapy. We develop products and solutions to help make your practices as simple as possible but we never compromise on reliable long-term function and esthetics."
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