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Implant Mobility and Discomfort

Implant mobility is an indication of the lack of osseointegration. Even if periimplant disease has progressed relatively far, implants may still appear immobile because of some residual direct bone-implant contact. The recording of the implant mobility may be a very specific but not at all-sensitive clinical parameter in detecting the loss of osseointegration.  The parameter more likely detects the final stage of loss of integration and therefore, represents a late implant loss

 


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