Subgingival débridement appears as effective as more complex and expensive therapies for peri-implantitis
Candice G. McMullan-Vogel DDS
Systematic Review Conclusion
Local antibiotics, bone augmentation and subgingival débridement all may be effective in treating peri-implantitis.
Critical Summary Assessment
There is a need for properly designed studies to identify which treatments are most effective for peri-implantitis.
Evidence Quality Rating
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