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Treatment guidelines

Compliance

Key points

  • Is the patient able and motivated to comply and partner with the clinician during treatment and aftercare phases? How will non-compliance affect the probability of treatment success?
  • For patients unwilling or unable to be sufficiently compliant, consider simplified prosthetic design and even non-implant based therapy

Clinical topics

Patient assessment

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