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July-December 2021 | Vol 11 | Issue 2

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Editorial
Bone loss around implants: Is it inevitable, preventable, irreversible, or untreatable?
[INLINE:1] Marginal bone loss has been associated with dental implants ever since its first use and slow loss (0.2 mm per year) has been the accepted norm of success. However, clinicians have been ...
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Review Article
Clinical decision-making in diagnosis and treatment of peri-implant diseases and conditions with 2017 Classification System
As the practice of dental implantology keeps growing exponentially worldwide, implantologists face an ever-increasing challenge to manage peri-implant diseases and complications. At present, the appro...
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Original Article
Radiographic assessment of alveolar bone loss around customized root analog zirconia implants placed in fresh extraction sockets
Aim: The aim of this study is to evaluate the radiographic assessment of alveolar bone loss around customized root analog zirconia implants placed in fresh extraction sockets using the cone-b...
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Original Article
Resistance to dynamic and static loading of the implant mounts on its respective implant
Introduction: Implant restorations should endure a variable range of forces over a long period of time. Some commercial brands offer the implant together with an accessory called “impla...
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Original Article
Hybrid implants in the dental rehabilitation of posterior maxilla: A prospective clinical evaluation
Context: Implant-retained prosthodontic rehabilitation of the posterior maxilla poses a unique challenge due to deficiency in bony characteristics in many cases, thereby requiring elaborate adj...
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