A retrospective study on 382 implants with peri-implantitis in 150 patients. Peri-implantitis was defined as pockets ≥ 5 mm, bleeding on probing or suppuration, and the presence of radiographic bone loss ≥ 3 mm or at least three threads of the implant.
The mean time between implant installation and peri-implantitis was 6.4 years. Periodontal flap surgery was the most common treatment and was performed in 47% of cases. Regenerative treatment was the treatment choice in 20% of cases. Successful treatment was defined as absence of bleeding on probing and/or suppuration and a probing depth of < 4 mm and this was achieved in 69% of patients and for 82% of implants with a mean follow-up time of 26 ± 20 months.
High success rates for peri-implantitis treatment with a mean follow up of ≈ 2 years. Therapy was less successful for patients with severe periodontitis, severe mean marginal bone loss around the implants, poor oral hygiene, and low compliance.
For more information please refer to:
Treatment Outcome in Patients With Peri-Implantitis in a Periodontal Clinic: A Retrospective Study
Maria Lagervall and Leif E. Jansson
Journal of Periodontology
October 2013, Vol. 84, No. 10
Failing implants are certainly not fun for the patient. That’s great that the success rates are improving
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