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How can we best manage the Labial Aspect of Anterior Implants?

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The most common complications related to treatment planning, implant surgical procedures and implant prosthetic procedures will be reviewed. Complications may start with patient evaluation, patient expectation, hard tissue volume, soft tissue thickness, implant selection and diameter. Surgical complications including bone grafting techniques, soft tissue management and 3-dimensional implant placement will be reviewed. A suggested protocol before, during and after implant placement will be suggested to optimize results.

Date Added:
2/5/2014

Author(s):

Alain Romanos, DDS Alain Romanos, DDS
Dr. Alain Romanos obtained his Baccalaureate Diploma (high school) in 1992 and pursued one year of Biochemistry in 1993 at the Lebanese University.

In 1994, ...
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saadou khalaf - (11/5/2014 3:19 PM)

just amazing ....

Maurice Salama - (4/10/2014 8:48 PM)

Hello Ayman; Please check your internet service provider as all premium members have access to all videos on XP all the time. Any problems contact via email info@dentalxp.com and they will assist you. regards Dr. Salama

ayman elghmrawy - (4/10/2014 7:27 PM)

I have payed for monthly premium membership but I am still not able to watch your premium video s pleas advise ?

miguel stanley - (2/18/2014 1:34 PM)

my friend! Always a pleasure to see you show your magic.

Mark Harris - (2/18/2014 1:07 PM)

I appreciate your willingness to show less than perfect results. It is a great learning opportunity.

emad habib - (2/18/2014 12:13 AM)

Thank you v.much Dr Alain for your wonderful presentation.
I always ,always and always interest your lectures.
Thanks again
Dr Emad Habib

Ahmet Keltek - (2/17/2014 10:47 AM)

Nice lectur, Alain, thx.

Ligia Pentzke - (2/12/2014 11:23 PM)

Thanks for the video, and for give us your experiences. I like the way you protect gums and use CTG Ligia from Nicaragua.

Ghassan Mounayer - (2/12/2014 3:46 PM)

thank you dr.Alain it is so helpfull lecture

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