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Anatomic factors as contributing risk factors in implant therapy

Anatomic factors as contributing risk factors in implant therapy

Periodontology 2000 81(1): 64-75

Damage to the critical anatomic structures during dental implant placement can lead to serious complications, including intra- or postoperative bleeding, hematoma formation, or varying degrees of neurosensory alteration. These complications usually occur when the anatomic features of the major blood vessels and their anastomoses, neurovascular bundles, and alveolar ridge contour are not properly investigated prior to the surgery. Therefore, having proper knowledge of specific anatomic factors is key to avoiding intra- and postsurgical complications. The aim of the current review is to summarize the anatomic structures and their variations in the mandible and maxilla as contributing risk factors in implant therapy.

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PMID: 31407439

DOI: 10.1111/prd.12284

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