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What's the best option for placing an implant where an infected tooth has been extracted? Immediate implants offer speed and fewer appointments, but grafting and waiting is also an option.
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Although dental implants have a success rate of over 90 percent, some patients still experience inflammation around a recently-placed implant.

CDC officials describe "nightmare scenario" for resistance gene transfer among bacteria already protected against common antibiotics.
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Could high-energy plasma be the next step in manufacturing more effective implant coatings? Researchers combine nanoengineering and implantology to increase osseointegration.
A recent breakthrough in 3D printing could make whole-bone replacement fast and relatively straightforward, from mandibles to metacarpals.
A recent study shows that Cone-Beam Computed Tomography might be inaccurate when measuring certain areas of very thin bone.


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