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  1. Arti says:

    The fact that it can occur any time after the procedure, from a year to ten years, makes it even harder to spot. However, there are certain people who are more prone to developing this condition than others. In the early stages of Peri-implantitis, most patients are unaware that they have it. Initially, Peri-implantitis may be symptom-free, but over time there will be signs that there is a problem. This is because it causes little to no symptoms. If your gums bleed or become purple, for instance, these are two signs of the condition. As is a plaque build-up, pus from your gum line, and a tooth that looks longer than it should do. These are the most common symptoms, but that doesn’t mean all suffers will get them, and it’s important to know that.

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