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There is growing evidence that placement of short (less than 10 mm) implants can be successful in the partially edentulous patient. Short implants simplify treatment in the posterior resorbed maxilla and mandible and reduce the number of situations where adjunctive therapy is required. However, the use of short implants may affect the crown-to-implant ratio so is this significant as in crown-to-root ratio? All these questions will be addressed today based on the available literature to see if short implants can extend the boundaries of current implant practice.

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