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Peri-Implantitis: Risk Reduction and Treatment Modalities to Maximize the Long-Term Success of Implant-Borne Restorations

Course Info

  • CPD Points:
    ADA CERP ( 1.75 points)
    Dental Board of Australia ( 2.00 points)
    Singapore Dental Council ( 2.00 points)
  • Speaker: Dr. Robert A. Horowitz
  • Location: Study Clubs
  • Date: May 6th at 7:00 PM*
    * This date / time will vary depending on your local Study Club.

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Peri-implantitis is a destructive plaque-induced condition in the alveolarprocess. There are factors that may make progressive attachment loss around dental implants worse. The most common are excess cement subgingivally and ill-fitting restorations. Other conditions that may play a role in this process include implants placed improperly, connective tissue and non-resorbed graft particles near the gingival level, absence of keratinized tissue and specific dentin features of the “shoulder” area of the implant and restoration. There are numerous ways to reduce these risk factors and increase the longevity of the implant-restoration complex. When diagnosed, there are different treatment modalities that can help keep the implant-supported restorations in function.



  • Steps taken to identify the health of the attachment apparatus around dental implants.
  • Ways to reduce the risk of implant-supported restorations developing peri-implantitis.
  • Treatment modalities for early, moderate or advanced attachment loss around dental implants.

Dr. Robert A. Horowitz

Dr. Robert A. Horowitz

Dr. Robert A. Horowitz graduated from Columbia University School of Dental and Oral Surgery in 1982. After completing one year in general practice, he finished a 2-year training program in Periodontics at New York University and the Manhattan VA Hospital. In 1996, Dr. ...

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