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Journal of Long-Term Effects of Medical Implants
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ISSN Druckformat: 1050-6934
ISSN Online: 1940-4379

Journal of Long-Term Effects of Medical Implants

DOI: 10.1615/JLongTermEffMedImplants.2018027223
pages 223-232

Relationship Between Dental Cement Materials of Implant-Supported Crowns with Peri-Implantitis Development in Humans: A Systematic Review of Literature

Hernan Garzon
Antonio Nariño University, Bogotá, Colombia
Alfonso Camilo
Antonio Nariño University, Bogotá, Colombia
Tocora Camilo
Antonio Nariño University, Bogotá, Colombia
Castro Johana
Antonio Nariño University, Bogotá, Colombia
Cifuentes Javier
Antonio Nariño University, Bogotá, Colombia
Cuellar Jefferson
Antonio Nariño University, Bogotá, Colombia
Torres Nidia
Antonio Nariño University, Bogotá, Colombia

ABSTRAKT

This paper aims to associate dental cement materials excess in peri-implant tissues with peri-implantitis development. Systematic bibliographic research into different databases, such as PubMed, Proquest, Science Direct, and Cochrane, has been made using specific searching terms such as "peri-implantitis AND cement", "mucositis AND cement", and "dental implant failure AND cement", from January 2007 to December 2017. The articles were preselected, taking into account the criteria of inclusion and exclusion. A checklist was used for the evaluation of the items, and the index of agreement was decided (Kappa) of 0.93%. Initially, 602 articles were found by title and abstract. Of these, 188 were eligible and 153 were excluded by the eligibility criteria, obtaining 35 potential studies. They were reviewed by a third reviewer who discarded duplicate articles and those not pertinent to the review. Twelve final articles were submitted to a checklist prepared previously, with parameters of the quality scales: MOOSE, STROBE, and PRISMA. Finally, four articles were selected and fully revised. Regardless of the cementitious materials, the cement excess in the peri-implant tissue in human beings is a clear risk factor for the development of peri-implant pathogenesis. According to the properties of each material, it becomes necessary to have a strict cementation protocol to avoid its invasion to the peri-implant tissue. The prevention starts from the surgical implant placement, since platforms should be avoided in extreme apical locations that allow the runoff of the cementing material.


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