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Modern Research in Dentistry

Contemporary Implantology - Possibilities and Constraints

  • Open or Close Mladen Vukovic*

    Faculty of Dentistry, University of Belgrade, Serbia

    *Corresponding author: Mladen Vukovic, DMD, PhD student at the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Belgrade, Dr. Subotica 6, Street 11000 Belgrade, Serbia

Submission: April 20, 2018; Published: May 04, 2018

DOI: 10.31031/MRD.2018.02.000537

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Every human being, sooner or later, faces tooth loss. The reasons for this can be multiple - a disease of the tooth that begins with a caries lesion, so that, if no adequate treatment is done in time, the process spread to the dental chamber, capturing the pulp and its associated structures, and continued its spread further to the root of the tooth and periapical tissue. Tooth loss can also lead to the disease of soft tissue structures - dental meat initially manifesting inflammation - gingivitis, so that, in case of lack of adequate therapy, the inflammatory process spreads to bone structures and ultimately leads to loss of teeth. Parodontopathy is a disease that in the advanced stage, in stages 3 and 4, leads to oscilation and loss of teeth.

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