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Dental pathology contributing to implant failure
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Behrouz Arefnia
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Dr Med Dent
Stephan Acham
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OA Priv.-Doz. Dr. med.univ. et med.dent
EAO Online Library. Stagnell S. 09/27/19; 287172 Disclosure(s): Action KOL for piezo Dentsply UK KOL for Ossix
Mr. Sami Stagnell
Mr. Sami Stagnell
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Develop an awareness of the effects of local pathology and their influence on implant outcomes
Consider retrograde peri-implantitis as part of the differential diagnosis in managing implant failures
The development of understanding around peri-implant diseases has improved over years alongside the evolution of Implantology as a whole. One area of influence on implant failures may be disease affecting adjacent teeth. Here we consider a case of peri-apical pathology influencing a retro-grade peri-implantitis and the subsequent failure of an implant.
The development of understanding around peri-implant diseases has improved over years alongside the evolution of Implantology as a whole. One area of influence on implant failures may be disease affecting adjacent teeth. Here we consider a case of peri-apical pathology influencing a retro-grade peri-implantitis and the subsequent failure of an implant.
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