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Dental health care providers use dental implants for rehabilitation and
improvement of life quality. Periimplant therapy is developing to a key service in
today’s dentistry. It includes regular patient information and motivation, cost
transparency and economic incentives with discounts, installment payment options and
refunds. Providing long-term implant success requires a comprehensive periimplant
treatment regimen prior to implant placement and during implant maintenance. Read
what you can do to prevent and manage both implant and periimplant failures.
Amoxicillin plus metronidazole, Antimicrobials, Barrier,
Biomaterials, Bone quality, Bone sounding, Cheek mucosa, Chlorhexidine,
Conditioning, Debridement, Defect closure, Foreign body, Gingival stability,
Guided bone regeneration, Implant loss, Infection, Inflammation, Innate
susceptibility, Intrabony defect, Irrigation, Laser, Loading, Maintenance,
Mucositis, Pathogens, Periimplant probing, Periimplantitis, Periotest, Periotron,
Platform switching, Suprastructure, Tetracyclines, X-ray.
Division of Periodontology, Medical Faculty, University of Düsseldorf, Moorenstrasse 5, Düsseldorf, NRW 40225, Germany.