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The Evolving Role of Soft Tissue Enhancement in Esthetic Reconstructive Dentistry - Part 3 of 3

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Soft tissue grafting techniques, new regenerative materials and bioactivators will be highlighted. The expanding role of allograft materials (Perioderm), platelet rich in growth factors (PRGF, PRF), and when to utilize them will be suggested. The ability of these combined protocols to alter the soft tissue profile around natural teeth, implants, and dentulous ridges, will be reviewed as to its critical role in "Complete Esthetics".

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8/1/2011

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Maurice Salama, DMD Maurice Salama, DMD
Dr. Maurice A. Salama completed his undergraduate studies at the State University of New York at Binghamton in 1985, where he received his BS in Biology. Dr. Salama r...
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Questions & Comments
Scott Beck - (6/24/2012 12:30 AM)

Dr. Salama great video. Thank you. Could you give me your thoughts on PRF. Are you using it and are you happy with results. Thank you.

Maurice Salama - (7/31/2011 8:31 AM)

Dr. Tran; Thank you. Facial Profile changes can be significant in these type cases. Bone reduction and Implant Placement angulation are critical. The overjet was reduced significantly as was the overbite relationship. This can alter amount of gingival display, facial height and profile. thank you Dr. Salama

binh tran - (7/30/2011 4:02 AM)

Dr. Salama, fantastic case and very complicated. The result is beautiful. Even with this much of bone reduction the final nasolabial angle is only increase a small amount which is not too noticeable. How is the patient final overjet compare to preop? Thank for sharing your awsome work! Binh Tran dds

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