Studies reported that the long term implant prognosis in generalized periodontitis patients was similar to that of patients without periodontal disease.
Full mouth rehabilitation always claims careful attention and meticulous treatment planning.
Generalized periodontitis (GAP) is a subtype of chronic periodontitis that can occur in early age of one’s life. It is an uncommon and destructive type of periodontal disease, and is characterized by rapid attachment loss and bone destruction. Patients with GAP lose most of their teeth due to severe tooth mobility and bone loss. Causes of the GAP are not completely revealed.