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Peri-implantitis is a dental implant infection.
An infected dental implant (per-implantitis) may have the following symptoms:
If you have the above symptoms, go and see a dentist who will be able to confirm an infection on inspection.
A dental implant can become infected if food debris or bacteria gets lodged in the implant, which can lead to the formation of an infection.
Preventative care is possible to avoid peri-implantitis, much of which can be done at home. It’s important to keep your dental implant clean. The best ways to keep them clean at home are to do the following:
It is also a good idea to have the implant cleaned professionally periodically. This cleaning will be thorough and include scaling of the tooth or implant’s surface. This should happen every 6 months when you make your 6 monthly visit to the dentist or hygienist.
To avoid infection directly after having an implant inserted, the following will help:
If an implant becomes infected very soon after it is inserted, treatment may include antibiotics or replacing the implant altogether.
For later infections to implants, antibiotics will be given, but if the infection is too severe, surgery will be required.
A dentist would treat peri-implantitis.