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Volume 23 , Issue 5
September/October 2008

Pages 943946

Endosseous Implant Failure Influenced by Crown Cementation: A Clinical Case Report

Ricardo Gapski, DDS, BDS, MS/Neil Neugeboren, DDS/Alan Z. Pomeranz, DMD, MMSc/Marc W. Reissner, DDS

PMID: 19014166

Implant dentistry has developed predictable treatment outcomes. Nevertheless, there are multiple reasons for implant failure. This case report documents a previously unreported type of implant failure that occurred 1 month after crown cementation. The implant failure is believed to be associated with retained excess subgingival cement. Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants 2008;23:943946

Key words: cement, complication, dental implant, implant loss

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