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Peri-Implantitis: Diagnosis, Etiology and Treatment

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The dental implant therapy has evolved both in implant surface and design. The reason for the initial crestal bone loss has been proven and the risks of having a peri-implantitis have increased due to the early exposure of roughened surface. The prevalence of peri-implantitis is at a range of 28 to 56%. The role of dental professionals nowadays is to know how to interpret the signs of inflammation and establish the diagnosis of peri-implantitis, which is the most challenging, and be able to treat it properly since this is becoming a more needed therapy.

Date Added:
7/22/2015

Author(s):

Edgard El Chaar, DDS, MS Edgard El Chaar, DDS, MS
Dr. Edgard El Chaar is currently a Clinical Associate Professor of the Department of Periodontics and Implant Dentistry and the Director of Advanced Education Program a...
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Questions & Comments
SAVERIO ACCARDI - (8/21/2015 5:26 AM)

great presentation doctor! I have got two questions: 1. do you use any membrane on top of titanium mesh to avoid soft tissue infiltration? 2. is any threshold in terms of mm of bone loss or number of bone wall defects for either treating or removing the implant? In other words how extensive can be the bone loss to predict successful result by either surgical resective or regenerative therapy? Thank you

Will Catterton - (7/27/2015 8:37 PM)

Barry, I still haven't heard a response. Nothing was messaged to me.

Alan Steiner - (7/27/2015 10:41 AM)

Can the implant be cleaned up with Kinetic cavity type of particle blasting machine instead of a carbide bur?

barry zeitman - (7/26/2015 4:38 PM)

I enjoyed the presentation. Are the answears posed in the previous posts answeared elsewhere? Thanks

Will Catterton - (7/25/2015 9:06 PM)

Great presentation. Question is why not use tetracyline to clean surface? I was always told to use this (or Citric Acid like you talked about). Also, what do you use to do the implantplasty? Sorry, kind of new at this.

Dr. Darko Veljanovski - (7/22/2015 6:23 PM)

Great presentation,with good points on probing validity and "tissue reading". Question: Why is phosphoric acid (as opposed to other decontaminants)in your protocol?Is It just a personal preference or its use is clinically or scientifically based? Thank you.

gary rempert - (7/22/2015 5:47 PM)

Outstanding presentation, excellent citations. How close to bone do you polish the implant? What bur or burs do you use to affect the desired implant surface? Thank you.

MADALINA FAGARASANU - (7/22/2015 3:42 PM)

Very well documented,usefull!Thank you very much!

dilip dudhat - (7/22/2015 8:23 AM)

very informative, nice job!!!

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