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Peri-Implant Mucositis, Peri-Implantitis - Where Are We At?

Description:
This presentation reviews the definition, diagnosis and some current treatment modalities of peri-implant mucositis and peri-implantitis. Our current understanding of preventive measures and a suggested maintenance protocol for implant patients is outlined.

Date Added:
9/10/2013

Author(s):

Anastasia Cholakis, BA, DMD, Dip. Perio Anastasia Cholakis, BA, DMD, Dip. Perio
Dr. Anastasia Cholakis is a Fellow of the Royal College of Dentists of Canada, a member of the Canadian Dental Association, the Canadian Academy of Periodontics and the Americ...
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Questions & Comments
Hugo Lemmen - (8/30/2015 9:21 AM)

Excellent presentation. Any new developments in treating peri- implantitis from your perspective and experience?

Jeffery Platt - (7/29/2014 12:06 PM)

Thanks for the honesty about this difficult procedure. It's refreshing to hear someone else talk about the difficulty of treating implantitis!

yiannis vlahos - (1/10/2014 4:30 PM)

Very nice presentation Dr. Cholakis. What are your thoughts about occlusion a causitive of implantitis?

Sam Busich - (9/18/2013 5:18 PM)

Well organized and critical information for all doing implants. Sam

Maurice Salama - (7/26/2012 9:42 AM)

Are you utilizing Nd-YAG laser to detoxify exposed implant surfaces as part of repair and regeneration? This topic is becoming increasingly more important in clinical practice as more and more implants age with our patient population.
thanks
Dr. Salama

omid moghaddas - (7/26/2012 5:01 AM)

perfect presentation,step by step,tnx a lot for sharing your experience Dr Chlakis.
Dr Omid Moghaddas

Yvonne Buischi - (5/31/2012 3:15 PM)

Hi! My name is Yvonne Buischi and I work at the NYU Perio & Implant Department as a senior research scientist. I d love to watch Dr Cholakis video but upgrading to premium is not a possibility now. Is there anyway you could allow me free access to her lecture? Thanks! Yvonne Buischi

GEORGE GIOKAS - (1/28/2012 2:21 PM)

very nice presentation /giokas-greece

anoosh afifi - (1/27/2012 3:49 PM)

are the exposed threads removed with the handpiece before treating the implant surfaces or that is not necessary. How about tetracycline paste/solution for surface decontamination. Also if one uses air abratson or prophy jet , what is the most efficient method to clean the particle out of the wound. Thanks for your presentation.

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