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Prevention of Peri-Implant Problems: Treatment Plan

  • Jeffrey Pope
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Abstract

Implant site evaluation is a critical step in the treatment planning process. Adequate radiographs, study models, and evaluation of the bone and soft tissue are necessary to avoid peri-implant problems. Implant selection and spacing requirements are also reviewed.

Keywords

Treatment plan Radiographs Bone quality Tissue quality Implant type Site evaluation 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Jeffrey Pope
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  1. 1.Private Practice of PeriodonticsDallasUSA

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