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Timing of implant placement after traumatic dental injury

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This review article describes how dental implants can reliably replace lost teeth due to traumatic tooth damage. However, dental implants behave similarly to ankylosing teeth and should not be implanted in growing individuals due to the risk of hypostasis. The authors highlight the timing of implant placement, the challenges of treating a growing individual, the prerequisites for later implant treatment, and methods for monitoring growth, and provide a list of options for interim restoration and retention until a dental implant is predictably seated.

Please explain how to correct the implants with occlusal problems. Post them in the comment section and see if anyone matches the same.

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