Ibero‐Panamerican Federation of Periodontics Delphi study on the trends in diagnosis and treatment of peri‐implant diseases and conditions: A Latin American consensus

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Alarcón, Marco Antonio and Sanz Sánchez, Ignacio and López Pacheco, Andrea and Tavelli, Lorenzo and Galarraga Vinueza, Maria Elisa and Schwarz, Frank and Romanelli, Hugo and Peredo, Luis and Pannuti, Claudio Mendes and Javer, Enrique and Vieira, Andrés Felipe and Montealegre, Mauricio and Galindo, Roberto and Umanzor, Vilma and Treviño, Alejandro and Fretes‐Wood, Patricia and Cisneros, Marissa and Collins, James R. and Bueno, Luis and Gimenéz, Xiomara and Málaga Figueroa, Lilian and Sanz Alonso, Mariano (2021) Ibero‐Panamerican Federation of Periodontics Delphi study on the trends in diagnosis and treatment of peri‐implant diseases and conditions: A Latin American consensus. Journal of Periodontology, 92 (12). pp. 1697-1718. ISSN 0022-3492

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Official URL: https://doi.org/10.1002/JPER.21-0086



Abstract

Background: The social diversity, heterogeneous culture, and inherent economic inequality factors in Latin America (LA) justify conducting a comprehensive analysis on the current status and future trends of peri-implant diseases and conditions. Thus, the aim of this Delphi study was to predict the future trends in the diagnosis and treatment of peri-implant diseases and conditions in LA countries for the year 2030.
Methods: A Latin American steering committee and group of experts in implant dentistry validated a questionnaire including 64 questions divided into eight sections. The questionnaire was run twice with an interval of 45 days, with the results from the first round made available to all the participants in the second round. The results were expressed in percentages and data was analyzed describing the consensus level reached in each question.
Results: A total of 221 experts were invited to participate in the study and a total 214 (96.8%) completed the two rounds. Moderate (65%-85%) to high consensus (≥85%) was reached in 51 questions (79.69%), except in the questions dealing with “prevalence”, where no consensus was reached. High and moderate consensus was attained for all the questions in three fields (risk factors and indicators, diagnosis and treatment of peri-implant conditions and deficiencies, and prevention and maintenance).
Conclusions: The present study has provided relevant and useful information on the predictions in the diagnosis and treatment of peri-implant diseases with a high level of consensus among experts. Nevertheless, there is still a lack of agreement in certain domains.


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Uncontrolled Keywords:Consensus, Delphi technique, dental implants, diagnosis, peri-implantitis
Subjects:Medical sciences > Dentistry
Medical sciences > Dentistry > Dental implants
ID Code:69595
Deposited On:17 Jan 2022 09:34
Last Modified:18 Feb 2022 10:52

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