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There is no ultimate way to treat peri-implantitis. It is still a very controversial topic among dentists. That’s why, Dr Friedemann Petschelt and Dr Jörg Neugebauer state their opinions on that topic in the format Pros and Cons in the EDI Journal.

Both experts agree on the point, that the peri-implantitis is caused and promoted by a variety of factors. As it comes down to the treatment of it, they both have a different approach.

Dr Petschelt states his opinion, that peri-implantitis cannot get stopped as soon as it has been triggered. Therefore, he prefers the explantation and subsequent reimplantation.

However, Dr Neugebauer advocates, that there is a variety of therapy-options of the peri-implant bone bed. You can read the whole article and find out more about both of their opinions in the newest edition of the
EDI Journal 01/2020 on pp. 12,13 .

Pros & Cons

14.03.2020
Short vs. long implants

Pros & Cons

12.03.2020
Does the digital workflow work out?

Pros & Cons

10.03.2020
Ceramic implants - an alternative treatment option?

Guideline 2020: Peri-implantitis

09.03.2020

Contact and Membership

Gemeinschaft BDIZ EDI
08.08.2019
BDIZ EDI is a Europe-wide associaton that has transcended the German borders to forge collaborations, support partner associations and makes its voice heard in EU politics.

We want you

08.08.2019
The "We want you" campaign is aiming at young professionals and potential newcomers in implant dentistry to spread the word about the multifaceted work of BDIZ EDI throughout Europe.

Profiles

18.03.2019
BDIZ EDI was founded as BDIZ in 1989 to enforce the development of oral implantology for all dentists in Germany.