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Prevention of Peri-implant Problems: Prosthodontics

  • Frank HigginbottomEmail author
  • Francisco Curiel-Aguilera
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Abstract

Prosthetic peri-implant complications may happen during different phases of treatment. From the diagnostic phase to the final restoration, relevant biological, mechanical, and functional principles must be followed to minimize the risk of complications.

Keywords

Crown down planning Platform switch Emergence profile Screw-retained crown Cemented crown Hybrid prosthesis 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Private Practice of General DentistryDallasUSA
  2. 2.Private Practice limited to dental implantsSeattleUSA

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