Implant Cementation: Clinical Problems and Solutions

January 28, 2012

Implant cementation as a means of attaching the coronal restoration to the implant fixture has become a routine dental procedure. However, the cementation procedure itself is not without issues. Multiple case reports have highlighted problems with excess cement which could ultimately lead to implant failure. In Dr. Wadhwani's article published in Dentistry Today for continuing education, he explores clinical problems that can result from excessive cement when seating implant restorations, as well as solutions for resolving and preventing such problems.


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