Surgical Treatment of Peri-implantitis With and Without an Initial Non-surgical Approach

2018-08-12 17:25:12 | BioPortfolio


Randomized, surgeon and outcome assessor blinded, multi-centric, superiority trial with two parallel groups and a 1:1 allocation ratio with the aim of comparing the surgical treatment of severe peri-implantitis with or without an initial non surgical approach.

Study Design




Surgery with a previous non-surgical approach, Surgery without a previous non-surgical approach


Policlinico Umberto I - "G. Eastman" Section - Department of Periodontology




Universidad Complutense de Madrid

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