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From Extraction to Prosthetic Restoration: Considerations for the Esthetic Zone

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This webinar will highlight surgical and restorative techniques to accomplish predictable outcomes in the esthetic zone with implant therapy. Treatment modalities will be demonstrated with high quality photography and case series discussion. Surgical modalities presented will include ridge preservation, the current evidence on the use of growth factors such as PRP and hr-PDGF bb. Also timing of implant placement as well as soft and hard tissue augmentation will be discussed. Special emphasis will be placed on immediate provisionalization of implants to accomplish optimal peri-implant mucosa architecture. Techniques to transfer provisional emergence profile to the final restoration will be presented.

Date Added:
8/2/2017

Author(s):

Thanos Ntounis, DDS, MS Thanos Ntounis, DDS, MS
Dr. Ntounis is a dual specialist in the field of Prosthodontics and Periodontology. He received his DDS from the University of Athens Dental School in Athens,...
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Questions & Comments
Victoria Nalivo - (4/10/2018 11:23 PM)

outstanding!

Bernardo Mira Correa - (8/17/2017 11:54 AM)

Great presentation Thanos!! loved it! :D

CHEN ZHANG - (8/14/2017 11:38 AM)

Thank you very much for the informative presentation. one question for you, if I understand correctly, you did not perform traditional periosteal releasing incision to achieve primary closure in your ABC protocol, you'd rather graft the buccal of implant first buy autogenous bone chips and then xenograft, covered them by collagen membrane and put the subepithelial connective tissue graft on top of it. the soft tissue graft will actually help to seal the would, am I correct? Thanks

Monica Haftel - (8/13/2017 10:48 AM)

Thank you for a very good presentation and well documented cases.

Kushal Shah - (8/2/2017 10:00 PM)

Very informative and excellent documentation. Look forward to hear about the follow-up on ABC approach! Thank you.

Konstantinos Pilidis - (8/2/2017 5:39 AM)

Thank you very much for this very informative presentation!

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