People tend to think it is rather logical that installing fixed teeth is an advantage. But often enough it almost seems that the jaw that is receiving the requisite implants begs to differ. It is any implantologist’s desire for the jawbone to enter into a state of peaceful coexistence with the implanted object. In our opinion, this works best if the basic functions of the bone are not impaired. These basic functions include the motor function that is required for the survival of any bone and the unimpeded flow of nutrients, gases, and waste products.