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Abstract: Objective To evaluate the surface topography and element proportion changes in clinically failed implants after different modalities in vitro debridement and to compare the cleaning effect of different method combinations. Material and Methods Thirty clinical failed implants were treated by different debridement methods in vitro as follows: Group 1: physiologic saline irrigation; Group 2: glycine powder air polishing; Group 3: glycine powder air polishing + ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA); Group 4: poly… Show more

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“…Moving to other oral hygiene instruments, Fletcher et al demonstrated that dental lasers, ultrasonic scalers and titanium curette didn't remove all residual cement from any of the 3 implant surfaces in their in vitro study [19]. PEEK tip or stainless steel (SS) tip ultrasonic scaling are more effective in eliminating visible contamination according to other authors [20,22,28].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Moving to other oral hygiene instruments, Fletcher et al demonstrated that dental lasers, ultrasonic scalers and titanium curette didn't remove all residual cement from any of the 3 implant surfaces in their in vitro study [19]. PEEK tip or stainless steel (SS) tip ultrasonic scaling are more effective in eliminating visible contamination according to other authors [20,22,28].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A total of 40 additional articles were excluded after full text review and application of the eligibility criteria. The final selection consisted of 19 articles [6,7,11,13,[19][20][21][22][23][24][25][26][27][28][29][30][31][32][33].…”
Section: Bibliographic Search and Study Selectionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…To date, clinical approaches using single mechanical, chemical or combined methods in the (non-regenerative) treatment of peri-implantitis, remain (very) limited successful. With the evolution of titanium implant surfaces becoming increasingly complex, focused on better and faster osseointegration, returning a contaminated implant surface into a clean 'rejuvenated' pre-implantation status has turned out a challenging task (Sanz, Chapple 2012, Lollobrigida et al 2020, Tong et al 2021. New studies remain urgently required to find the optimum combination of different cleansing methods that compensate for each method's respective downsides, with study protocols combining non-surgical and (resective or regenerative) surgical procedures (Sanz et al 2019, Alarcón et al 2021.…”
Section: Concluding Remarks and Future Perspectivesmentioning
confidence: 99%