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What is Oral Hygiene

 An index can be used to evaluate the oral hygiene level in the patient e.g. Oral hygiene Index (Green and vermilion) or Plaque index (Silness and Loe). Any implant procedure should be initiated only if the level of maintenance of oral hygiene is satisfactory.

 

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