Factors in Post-Operative Implant Cervical Burnout: A Retrospective Review

Factors in Post-Operative Implant Cervical Burnout: A Retrospective Review

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Abstract & Keywords

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Tools and Methods

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Discussion & Conclusion

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A: Good


Comments: The Discussion describes the study in the determination of the contributing factors and causes of crestal bone loss in dental implants. The authors reviewed the various related medical histories of the patients providing relevant literature. Further, it highlights the limitations of the study. The Conclusion puts forth the potential direction to develop a measure of total implant bone loss to represent implant success or failure accurately.



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A: Good


Author's knowledge

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Figures & Tables

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Writing style

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Comments: Word “examined” was misspelled as “exaimed”.


Further comments on the paper

Comments: The manuscript evaluates the factors of post-operative implant cervical burnout in a retrospective population study. The purpose of the study highlights the factors that caused the greatest impact on the implanted cervical bone health. The study briefly illustrates the statistical analysis of several correlates of bone loss, demographics, site of implant, brand of implant, secondary procedures and mechanical complications.


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Author Info

Corresponding Author
Alexander Faigen
PGY-2 Resident, Department of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Augusta University, Augusta, Georgia, USA

Article Info

Article Type
Review Article
Publication history
Received: Fri 21, Jan 2022
Accepted: Tue 08, Feb 2022
Published: Sat 05, Mar 2022
© 2021 Alexander Faigen. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited. Hosting by Science Repository.
DOI: 10.31487/j.DOBCR.2022.01.02