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Peri-implant Tissue Measurement Terminologies in Health and Disease: A Critical Insight

Anil Akansha, KL Vandana

Keywords : Peri-implant osteitis, Peri-implant osteitis therapy, Periodontitis,Peri-implant measurements

Citation Information : Akansha A, Vandana K. Peri-implant Tissue Measurement Terminologies in Health and Disease: A Critical Insight. CODS J Dent 2018; 10 (2):43-49.

DOI: 10.5005/jp-journals-10063-0037

License: CC BY-NC 4.0

Published Online: 00-12-2018

Copyright Statement:  Copyright © 2018; Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd.


Abstract

The implantology field has been a center of interest for several clinicians, teachers, and students globally. Amidst these fast-moving tissues, the terminologies for peri-implant measurements and the standard concept of measurement guidelines remain obscure and compromised. Unfortunately, the pioneering implantologists have not made an adequate attempt to address the existing deficiencies in guidelines, terminologies, and measurements pertaining to peri-implant tissues in health and disease. There is a lack of consistency across definitions of peri-implant osteitis in the literature, and the diagnostic criteria are not clear. Most of the published strategies for peri-implant osteitis therapy are mainly based on treatments used for teeth with periodontitis. The required platform to diagnose, classify, treat and comprehensive terminologies are the need of the hour in the implant related world. Hence, an attempt is made in this paper to briefly address the peri-implant-related clinical measurements, peri-implant disease classification, and its treatment strategies.


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