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Biologic and Surgical Strategies for Achieving Implant Esthetics – Part 1

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As part of the introduction, in part 1 of this lecture series, Dr. André Saadoun outlines the critical biologic and surgical considerations that must be adhered to in order to predictably achieve implant esthetics. Biotype, thickness of tissue, and extraction site management are only a few of the issues addressed.

Date Added:
1/12/2011

Author(s):

André P. Saadoun, DDS, MS André P. Saadoun, DDS, MS
Dr. SAADOUN has received his Degree in Dental Surgery from the Faculty of Paris and completed his Post-Graduate Certificate in Periodontology at the University of Penn...
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Questions & Comments
Maurice Salama - (11/29/2013 4:36 PM)

From my dear friend and one of the Masters of Soft Tissue Esthetics. Thanks Andre. We hope to have more from you soon. regards Maurice

FARHAN DURRANI492 - (5/22/2012 10:08 PM)

ACCORDING TO YOU SIR AUGMENTATION IS REQUIRED?

Sam Busich - (1/17/2011 1:45 PM)

Just a well done overview of the biological and surgical issues so important to the final esthetic results of our anterior single implant restorations. Congratulations Dr. Saadoun Sam

Sam Busich - (6/13/2010 6:03 AM)

Dr. Saadoun; What is your preferred allograft soft tissue material today? So many new products have been added in this arena recently. Alloderm (Biohorizons), Dermis, Pericardium (Zimmer) as well as Dynamatrix (Keystone), Perioderm (Dentsply), AC Dermis (CK Dental Industries) What is your experience if any? Others on this Forum?? Sam

Valentin Petrov - (4/3/2010 8:18 AM)

Thank you very much. You have become my favorite lecturer on this subject.

560 - (2/20/2010 5:06 AM)

Excellent presentation
Dr. Majed Abdul Majid periodontist

Htin Aung - (2/4/2010 10:00 PM)

very good because of up to date information for dental surgeons in developing countries like me.

Achraf Souayah - (1/27/2010 3:15 PM)

I want to felicitate Dr Saadoun for his excellent presentation, and i am glad to see him next week in Tunisia during the Two days course on Esthetic Perio-Implantology. Dr Achraf Souayah

Devesh Oberai - (1/26/2010 6:04 AM)

Very informative and precise.Dr Oberai

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