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Evolving Implant Aesthetics - Options, Limitations and Solutions - Part 2 of 2

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Creating Implant Esthetics is not only about technical skill and product knowledge. It requires a thorough investigation into Bone Volume and Tissue Quality and how it relates to the future proposed restoration. Missing this on the diagnostic side will often lead to esthetic failure or compromised results regardless of the skill of the operators. This presentation will clearly describe the challenges faced with multiple tooth replacement in the Esthetic Zone and some of the recently reported strategies and key algorithms to overcome these difficult scenarios. Extraction Management, Orthodontic Extrusion, Bone Grafting, Pontic Enhancement, Root Submergence and Artificial Gingival Reconstruction will all be reviewed as potential strategies in managing the loss of multiple anterior teeth.

Date Added:
1/11/2012

Author(s):

David Garber, DMD David Garber, DMD
Dr. David Garber has a dual appointment at the Medical College of Georgia School of Dentistry, in Augusta Georgia, as Clinic...
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Bassam Algheryafi - (12/25/2012 9:19 PM)

Very informative presentaton that gives a summary of different lectures on dentalxp. Thank you.

Band Ditto64 - (1/16/2012 4:19 PM)

Nice job providing different solutions to the challenge of anterior implant esthetics. Thanks Band

David Garber - (1/16/2012 9:03 AM)

meir Thanks . . . .

David Garber - (1/16/2012 9:03 AM)

Alper , excellent importtant question! hygiene is essential so we develope the pontic areas absolutely flat or even tending to convex so floss will sweep the under intaglio surfaces clean - - we talk about this in some detail in the article and just how to acheive this and also take pictures of the patients doing it in the office before they leave so they retain some pictorial instruction of what they need to so download the # part article from our library . . and send us some of your cases to look at if you wish. . . David

David Garber - (1/16/2012 8:54 AM)

Dear Farhan, thanks. . . if you don't have a useful root in between, and it's an extraction site , then simply do a simple ridge retention procedure as shown on Dental XP - - if there is no root and the ridge has collapsed then do an Ovate pontic procedure with connective tissue from behind the second molar or even build it up with particulate bone and PRGR or a putty matrix graft. . whatever's easier and all are available in video on XP

Maurice Salama - (1/15/2012 1:54 PM)

Farhan; A submerged root is Optimal but not a requirement for pontic site esthetics. We still can have natural estheitcs in pontic area with soft tissue ridge augmentation. good luck Dr. Salama

FARHAN DURRANI492 - (1/15/2012 2:29 AM)

thank you sir for excellent presentation,but if we dont have root in between then only aesthetic composites are the option?

alper gultekin - (1/11/2012 7:31 PM)

Thank you for this educational, excellent presentation. Do your patients have hygiene problems after prosthetically fabricated gingival restorations in long term? Thanks..

Meir Tal - (1/11/2012 6:42 PM)

BRAVO!!!

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