What to do when dental implants become visible? The bone deficiency around the implant can have two different forms: the bone defect can have the form of a window located in the space where the roots of the tooth had been before, or it can come in the form of a crater. If the bone loss is not related to an infection (a complication called peri-implantitis), the bone defect can be regenerated with Geistlich biomaterials and the implant doesn't have to be removed. If the bone loss is due to an infection, it is crucial to eliminate the cause of the inflammation, the bacterial biofilm on the surface of the implant, before regenerating lost tissue. Learn more: https://www.geistlich-pharma.com/en/dental/
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