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Infection - microbiological diagnostics

Key points

  • Marginal bone loss can lead to deepened pockets. Superinfection can develop periimplantitis
  • Microbiological sensitivity testing, may be clinically relevant when periimplantitis; evidence is present

Clinical topics

Peri-implantitis
Aftercare / follow up
Peri-implant therapy

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