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Achieving Stable Esthetic Results with Implant Supported Restorations

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Since implant dentistry has become a common treatment for replacing missing teeth, dentists have been trying to mimic natural tooth morphology in order to achieve both functional result and to fulfill the patient’s esthetic desires. What was considered the standard of care 26 years ago is not necessarily valid today. The criteria for implant include osseointegration and the possibility for optimal restoration. This presentation will focus on the management of the hard and soft tissue around dental implants and analyzing the characteristics of different periodontal biotypes. We will discuss basic concept regarding immediate implant placement and guided bone regeneration procedure related to the esthetic zone before focusing on the soft tissue management. We will describe the prosthetic procedures which are performed before, during and after the surgical procedures. Provisional restorations, impression techniques, prosthetic profiles and restorative materials will be presented. The purpose of the presentation is to provide a check list that will guide the clinician developing a proper analysis and diagnosis for the successful esthetic result with implant supported restoration.

Date Added:
12/28/2016

Author(s):

Gianluca Paniz, DDS, MS, FACP Gianluca Paniz, DDS, MS, FACP
Gianluca Paniz achieved his Dental Degree from Padova University (Italy) in 2002.

He attended TUFTS University (Boston, USA) for three years (2003-2007) and achie...
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Luca Gobbato, DDS, MS Luca Gobbato, DDS, MS
Dr. Luca Gobbato is a diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology. He received his Dental Degree (DDS) from University of Padova, Italy. Dr. Gobbato attended T...
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Questions & Comments
Mohammad Khandaqji223 - (1/15/2017 4:03 PM)

Thank you.

Mohammad Khandaqji223 - (1/15/2017 4:03 PM)

Thank you.

Alessandro Agnini - (1/6/2017 4:24 AM)

Great Talented Italian Guys! Nice Presentation! See you soon in Padova:))

Dmytro Shevtsov - (1/2/2017 1:54 PM)

What implant system did you us in cases of this presentation. Thanks for you!

Amir Erez - (1/2/2017 2:58 AM)

Great presentation embarking cutting edge knowledge both surgical and prosthetic. One question for Dr Luca Gobbato, - in the case of the single lat. implant with missing bone in the apical part to the implant, wouldn't be appropriate to use the esthetical buccal flap described by Dr. Steigman? - less invasive and more straight fw Thanks you guys - looking fw for your next presentation.

byron scott - (12/31/2016 1:22 PM)

Good Presentation.

Theodoros Trakas - (12/30/2016 3:30 AM)

thanks for the nice presentation!

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