Volume 8 Issue 2 (February, 2020)

Original Articles

Prosthetic Complications in Dental Implants- A Clinical Study
Sirisha P.S.S., Sandeep Chiramana, J.Ravi Rakesh Dev, Vulli venkata somaposi triveni, Gurrala venkata naga sai sujai, S.Bharath

Background: Complications and failures in dental practice are possible. The mere knowledge of the technique of implant treatment is not sufficient to eliminate all problems. The present study was conducted to assess prosthetic complications of dental implants. Materials & Methods: The present retrospective study was conducted on 110 patients who received dental implants of both genders. Type of complications was recorded. Results: Out of 110 patients, males were 60 and females were 55. Prosthetic complications associated with dental implants were abutment loosening in 5 cases, abutment fracture in 4 cases, prosthesis screw loosening in 8 cases, prosthesis debonding in 2 cases and ceramic veneer fracture in 9 cases. The difference was significant (P< 0.05). Conclusion: Authors found that common complication were abutment loosening, abutment fracture, prosthesis screw loosening, prosthesis debonding and ceramic veneer fracture. Key words: Ceramic veneer fracture, Dental implant, Prosthesis debonding.

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