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Treatment guidelines

Risk factors

Key points

  • In most cases contraindications are not absolute and are subject to the individual patient situation and risk assessment
  • Some serious medical risk factors remain. However always consider patient motivation and compliance as well
  • In case of doubt consider non-implant based treatments

Clinical topics

Local factors
Systemic factors
Patient assessment

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