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Over the past decade, the research made us fear cement-retained restorations and their complications in implant dentistry.

Recommendations for use of screw-retained restorations have been formulated in order to obtain treatment results more predictable, as restorations sealed turn out to be simpler and more economical and that they offer passivity of adjustment.

The goal of this article is to allow us, as as clinicians, to provide treatment predictable using cement-retained restorations when necessary and to be able to use the correct cement without fear for implant restorations.