Dental health care providers use dental implants for rehabilitation and improvement of life quality. Periimplant therapy is developing to a key service in today’s dentistry. It includes regular patient information and motivation, cost transparency and economic incentives with discounts, installment payment options and refunds. Providing long-term implant success requires a comprehensive periimplant treatment regimen prior to implant placement and during implant maintenance. Read what you can do to prevent and manage both implant and periimplant failures.
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