Periodontology and Implant Dentistry

Even with the exciting advances seen in today’s periodontal treatment, more promising therapies loom on the horizon Over the decades, oral health care has seen many advances that have significantly impacted the practice of periodontics. One of periodontology’s greatest strengths is that it is not a static field; rather, it continues to evolve and readjust its focus on the basis of contemporary research spanning a vast array of scientific endeavor.

Accurate assessment of individual risk is considered one of the most important aspects of periodontal examination, diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment planning. To date, this has been elusive, but, nonetheless, it will remain an important aspect of periodontal research and practice in the years to come. Recognition that periodontitis is a multifactorial disease involving a complex interplay between host, environment and microbes is central to current scientific understanding.

Successful dental implant treatment requires careful treatment planning, meticulous surgical technique, and precise prosthetic restoration. The typical implant team consists of a restorative dentist, a properly trained and experienced surgeon, and a dental laboratory technician, who work together using their individual skill sets to determine proper implant selection, placement, and restoration, and a dental hygienist to help maintain implant health.


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