Prevalence of peri‐implant disease and risk indicators in a Japanese population with at least 3 years in function—A multicentre retrospective study

Volume: 30, Issue: 2, Pages: 111 - 120
Published: Jan 18, 2019
Abstract
Objectives The aim of this study was to evaluate the prevalence of peri‐implant disease and analyze risk indicators in Japanese subjects with ≥3 years of implant function. Material and methods Five hundred and forty‐three subjects treated with 1,613 implants were evaluated. Information was collected about the patients’ physical and dental history, as well as implant details. Peri‐implant evaluation included probing depth, bleeding on probing...
Paper Details
Title
Prevalence of peri‐implant disease and risk indicators in a Japanese population with at least 3 years in function—A multicentre retrospective study
Published Date
Jan 18, 2019
Volume
30
Issue
2
Pages
111 - 120
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