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Treatment guidelines

Radiological Control

Key points

  • Radiological controls are only justified in the presence of certain symptoms: anamnesis and/or clinical examination which demand for further examination
  • Digital radiographs are superior, since allowing to send them to (referring) dentist or expert

Clinical topics

Radiology
Aftercare / follow up
Peri-implant therapy

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