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New Classification of Peri-Implantitis & Diagnosis - Part 1 of 2

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Peri-implantitis has been receiving attention following recent studies that showed that it is highly prevalent and difficult to manage. This course will provide the latest evidence-based information on peri-implant diseases with emphasis on a team/interdisciplinary approach to treatment. The program will present the updates on the definition and etiology of peri-implantitis from the American Academy of Periodontology’s 2018 consensus meeting. The instructor will present research findings on peri-implant disease diagnosis and management.

Date Added:
11/19/2020

Author(s):

Georgios A. Kotsakis, DDS, MS Georgios A. Kotsakis, DDS, MS
Dr. Georgios Kotsakis is Associate Professor of Periodontics at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA), where he conducts clin...
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Questions & Comments
ENRIQUE TREVINO - (11/24/2020 3:40 PM)

Thank You very much for your overview presentation, nicely explained

Omid Moghaddas - (11/24/2020 5:02 AM)

That was a great presentation with very detailed information. Looking forward to next parts my friend. Regards Omid

George Kotsakis - (11/22/2020 6:01 PM)

Patricio and Snjezana your comments are always spot on and so generous. Fully agree with probing and recognizing mucositis as EARLY as possible. I invite everyone to probe their implants routinely. It’s a reality check that helps realize that the 10-20% prevalence estimates for Peri-implantitis are unfortunately not off at all. Thanks for the feedback!

Patricio Doñas - (11/22/2020 3:30 PM)

Just awesome. Very solid, answering again the old questions in the best way possible. Looking forward to part 2.

snjezana pohl - (11/22/2020 4:22 AM)

I loved the professional design and the flow of the presentation. This was like a first episode of a show “Meet your enemy”, and I can’t wait for another one. I loved several things: the most that you cleared out the importance of probing, an easy, but yet very much neglected step, you emphasised the dissimiliraty between periodontitis and perimplantitis (can’t wait for the paper to be published),that tiny custom nylon brush but big in its action...It is only that due to crown shape, we often can not probe properly... Long story short: Recognise mucositis so you don’t meet periimplantitis. (Dog’s barking🥰, better than the background music) Thank you for this wonderful lecture, Georgios. And thanks to DentalXP for including this lecture in the webinars.

George Kotsakis - (11/21/2020 12:41 PM)

Thank you Raymond 🙏 Working on part 2 atm on how to translate this new information into Effective treatment solutions.

Raymond La Vigne - (11/18/2020 8:38 PM)

great presentation very clear to understand very important topic

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