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Harsukh Educational Charitable Society International Journal of Community Health and Medical Research

Volume 3 Issue 3 July - Sep 2017

Original Articles

Evaluation of Frequency of Occurrence of Complications Associated With Dental Implant Supported Prosthesis: A Retrospective Study
Ravi Rakesh Dev Jyothula Hemanth Kumar KE Rajesh KV Sai Kumar Chvn Bhagyalakshmi Palamani Venkata Srimanarayana Murthy Jamili

Background: Dental implants are one of the commonly used treatment protocol for prosthetic rehabilitation of edentulous areas. Various studies in the past literature have exhibited that dental caries and periodontal illnesses are most frequently visit purpose behind tooth extraction. Numerous authors have highlighted the complications associated with dental implants treatment. Hence; we planned the present study to evaluate the incidence of complications occurring in subjects rehabilitated with dental implant related prosthesis. Materials & methods: The present study included retrospective assessment of data records of subjects who underwent prosthetic rehabilitation by dental implants from June 2014 to July 2016. Data records of a total of 30 subjects were reviewed. Complete demographic and clinical details of all the subjects were recorded from the data records of all the subjects. All the results were compiled and analysed by SPSS software. Results: A total of 30 cases were included in the present study. In 10 and 6 subjects, four and five implants per patients were placed respectively. Only one case was there in the present study in which eight dental implants were placed. 33.3 percent of the cases showed presence of associated mucositis. In eight subjects, dental implant associated peri-implantitis was present. Conclusion: Proper care should be taken while planning the prosthetic part of the dental implants for facilitating easy cleansing for maintenance of oral hygiene Key words: Complications, Implants, Prosthetic

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