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Treatment guidelines

Recall visits - overview

Key points

  • Plan a regular recall control appointment, preferably at least every 6 months
  • In situations of compromised patient health and/or oral hygiene, increase recall frequency and hygiene measures
  • Evaluate whether patient expectations have been met and quality of life improved
  • Examine the condition of soft and hard tissue and prosthetic components and render necessary maintenance

Clinical topics

Aftercare / follow up

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