Posted on 3 October 2016
Sometimes a peri-implant infection starts as an"peri-cementitis'. The primary cause of the inflammation is then cement and not plaque, because the cement remains in place under the crown.
 
In this peri-cementitis case you can easily see the difference between the use of a PerioSafe test (for normal dentition) or of the ImplantSafe test (for the detection of active AMMP-8 around implants).

About W.P. van der Schoor


Peter van der Schoor is a dentist implantologist and lecturer in the field of oral implantology. Peter gives since 1986 courses and lectures in the Netherlands and abroad. He is also frequently consulted as a troubleshooter for various implantsystems.
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