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Protocols for Failing Implants: Reasons, Removal & Rehabilitation

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Oral implantology has become a very safe and predictable procedure. Although implant placement and augmentative procedures are routine procedure nowadays, many pitfalls can adversely affect long term satisfaction of the patient and the surgeon. Today the dentist's challenge is to select the appropriate technique and material for the given task while the options and the medical obstacles grow constantly. The literature and nowadays social media boast high success rates and satisfied patients but reality sometimes offers a different picture. This presentation will focus on implant failures of various origin and give an insight into repair and rehabilitation protocols

Date Added:
12/30/2020

Author(s):

Markus Tröltzsch, MD, DMD Markus Tröltzsch, MD, DMD
Dr. Dr. Markus Troeltzsch is currently an assistant professor at the department for facial, oral and maxillofacial and plastic reconstructive surgery at the University ...
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Matthias Tröltzsch, MD, DMD Matthias Tröltzsch, MD, DMD
Dr. Dr. Matthias Tröltzsch is currently an assistant professor at the department for facial, oral and maxillofacial and plastic reconstructive surgery at the Ludwigs-Ma...
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byron scott - (12/20/2020 12:52 PM)

Excellent!!

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