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For the early detection of peri-implant infections, a variety of diagnostic options are currently available. These range from typical clinical parameter assessments to radiographic examinations of the marginal bone level, as well as microbiological and genetic test systems. These diagnostic tools should be used in the initial diagnosis, treatment planning, and maintenance therapy. The primary goal of this article is to examine the many elements that influence bone loss in dental implants, as well as the amount to which they contribute to implantation success.