Long-Term Outcomes of Tooth-Implant-Supported Rehabilitation of Periodontally Compromised and Treated Patients Refusing Bone Grafting Surgical Therapies

Objective: 

To evaluate the long-term incidence of complications in abutment teeth and dental implants in periodontally treated and maintained patients, refusing bone grafting surgical therapies, rehabilitated with full-arch telescopic-retained retrievable prostheses (TRPs) and full-arch fixed prosthesis (FPs), both supported by teeth-implants combination.

Conclusion: 

In periodontally treated patients, refusing bone grafting surgical therapies, rehabilitated with full-arch TRPs and full-arch fixed prostheses, both supported by teeth-implants connection, high survival rates can be expected if regular supportive periodontal therapy had been performed.

Author(s)Source
Guarnieri R, Ippoliti S
doi: 10.1097/ID.0000000000000847
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