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Supportive Implant Treatment


This video discussing dental implant treatment and the importance of post-implant care and maintenance. Professor Eisner Salamancamentions various methods of evaluating the health of dental implants, including measuring the soft tissue around the implant, checking for mobility, and evaluating the control of biofilm and peri-implant health and disease. The frequency of follow-up appointments for dental implant patients may vary based on the individual’s oral hygiene habits and other factors such as life events or the desire for detailed information about treatment.

Professor Eisner Salamanca also emphasizes the importance of good oral hygiene in preventing issues with dental implants, such as the accumulation of bacteria and food particles. Overall, it is important for dentists to have a plan in place for the follow-up care and maintenance of dental implants in order to ensure their long-term success.

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