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Implants with Aggressive Periodontitis: suggested treatment plan?

Last Updated May 19, 2017
Reviewed By:  OsseoNews Team

I saw this patient (47 years old) for extraction of her maxillary left canine and lateral incisor and placement of a graft, 3 months prior. I recommended extraction of all remaining maxillary teeth and replacement with implants. She has a generalized, aggressive form of periodontitis and many of her teeth are mobile and with a poor long term prognosis. She has declined the treatment plan. What do you recommend as a predictable treatment plan?



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