Published in Drug Week, June 11th, 2004
According to a recent case report, a "72-year-old male patient with Parkinson disease referred to the Dental Hospital of Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan, presented with movement of an implant-supported prosthesis, slight pain, and purulent drainage from the gingiva in the anterior region of the maxilla, where implants had been placed more than 20 years earlier."
"He requested that the mobile implant and prosthesis be removed and was in need of implant therapy in his maxilla," noted K. Kubo and coauthors at Kyushu University. "In addition to Parkinson...
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