Custom cast post treatment on an implant platform in 2 patients
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CitationDilber, E., Baytaroğlu, E. N., Kara, H. B. ve Kara, Ö. (2015). Custom cast post treatment on an implant platform in 2 patients. Journal of Oral Implantology, 41(4), 483-486. https://dx.doi.org/10.1563/aaid-joi-D-14-00269
The use of implant-supported prostheses to replace missing natural teeth has become an accepted treatment approach in dentistry. Although implant prostheses have a high overall success rate, numerous complications have been reported, and the device sometimes fails. The biological complications associated with the use of the device include peri-implant radiolucency, peri-implantitis, and loss of osseointegration radiographically. Mechanical failure of implant components can manifest in the form of loosened screws, loss of retention, screw or fixture fracture, and porcelain or framework fracture.