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Implant Inflammation

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Implant Peripheral Inflammation | Periimplantitis

Implant inflammation is an important infection that also affects the surrounding bone and is called periimplantitis. It most often occurs when oral hygiene and dental care are below par. Infection can cause bone tissue loss, which can lead to implant failure.

The degree of infection determines different treatment options. Inflamed tissue needs to be removed as the primary target. In cases of acute periimplantitis, a thorough cleaning without raising the gingiva may be sufficient. In severe implant dentition, careful effort should be made to repair the bone tissue surrounding the implant and remove the damaged gingiva.

What are the Symptoms of Implant Inflammation?

Illness of the bone around the implant may not show obvious symptoms, but it is useful to consult a dentist when the following symptoms begin to appear:

  • Swelling or redness of the gum around the implant
  • Airing or tenderness of the implant
  • around the implant discharge of inflamed fluid
  • Gum recession and bone loss around the implant
  • Exposure of metal in the implant
  • Shaking of dental implant
  • Implant infection and pain

Periimplantitis Treatment

The treatment of peri-implant infection is determined by the dentist and may vary depending on the intraoral condition. First of all, it is necessary to improve oral hygiene and gum care. Also, the dentist may clean the teeth and prescribe antibiotics to relieve inflammation around the implant. In advanced cases, surgical procedures may also be required.

Frequently Asked Questions About Implant Inflammation

The cause of inflammation can be due to many factors, such as gum disease or insufficient brushing.

Periimplantitis treatment is performed using local anesthesia and is similar to standard tooth cleaning. However, in more advanced cases, deep surgical intervention may be required.

Yes, if periimplantitis is left untreated, it can cause the implant to wobble or be lost.

Healing of the inflammation may vary depending on the extent of its spread. It depends on factors such as the size of the affected area, the location of the implant, the severity of the infection, and the patient's oral hygiene.

After cleaning the inflamed tissue around the implant, it is important to follow the recommendations of the dentist. These recommendations may include taking antibiotics and pain relievers, not smoking, avoiding hard and sticky foods, thorough brushing, and regular dental checkups.

To prevent periimplantitis, oral hygiene and dental care are very important. Regular cleaning of the gums around the implant reduces the risk of infection. For this reason, it is recommended to have regular dental check-ups every 6 months and dental cleaning if necessary, after implant infection treatments.

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