2023 Volume 11 Issue 1 Supplementary
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EVALUATION OF PROSTHETIC FAILURE IN DENTAL IMPLANT THERAPY, REVIEW ARTICLE


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Abstract

Abutment restorations, both fixed and removable, are well-established procedures for replacing missing teeth in patients with partial or total tooth loss. Implant/tooth failure is defined as having signs and symptoms that require removal of the implant/teeth. The Medline, Pubmed, Embase, NCBI, and Cochrane databases were searched to describe the factors and ways the implants can get infected and the treatments for implant infections. Focus was awarded to those studies that reported data on the type of antibiotics and surgical procedures applied to treat the infection. Failure of an implant prosthesis necessitates a detailed investigation. Factors such as incorrect integration, material selection, and patient health can all play a role. Multidisciplinary approaches are essential for increasing success rates and improving patient outcomes. Poor location, bone difficulties, infection, habits, and material selections can contribute to prosthetic failure in dental implants. To mitigate these hazards, successful outcomes necessitate precision surgery, good design, maintenance, and patient cooperation.


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