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Implant Abutments and Peri-implant Tissue Stability

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Dr. Barry Goldenberg outlines the optimal requirements and characteristics for implant abutments. A thorough discussion is given on implant connection, subgingival contour as well as emergence profile. In addition, simplicity of utilization of certain abutment systems are highlighted in their ease of use and ability to improve tissue stability.

Date Added:
1/16/2010

Author(s):

Barry Goldenberg, DMD, MS, Pc Barry Goldenberg, DMD, MS, Pc

Dr. Barry Goldenberg graduated from Washington University School of Dental Medicine in 1982. Upon graduation, he was selected by the Chairman of the Prosthodontic Departmen...
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Questions & Comments
Barry Goldenberg - (1/9/2016 4:13 PM)

Hi Pedro, The abutments are Standard Abutments for the Ankylos System. They come in straight or angled with different gingival heights. We have been using this system since 2004 with extremely predictable results. The narrowness and convergency of these abutments allows for thickening of the soft tissue from within. Thank you for your comments. Barry

PEDRO ROSEL - (1/7/2016 5:07 PM)

Hi,I saw your video and your results, they're very interesting, I use internal conection. I'd like you to tell me where can i buy these abutments, i'd really appreciate that.
I'll give you my email here.
clinicarosel@hotmail.com
Thank you so much.
Best Regards.
Dr. Pedro Rosel

Raina Becerra - (9/13/2012 4:01 PM)

Thank you for this great presentation. My questions are: When you place the implant 1.5 - 2mm subcrestal, how does the bone maintain it's original crestal bone height without any support from the implant? In other words, how does the bone maintain above the platform? If the bone resorbs to tihe implant the tissue will follow, correct? Why not place the implant at bone level, maintain the crestal bone, design the abutment to be narrow at the base and flare to contour? What would be the disadvantage of placing the Ankylos implant at the bone level if there is enough tissue? My last question is: when you provisionalize with a final abutment how often to you need to change the abutment to a lower margin because the tissue has shrunk?

Joao Paulo Magalhães - (9/18/2011 3:21 PM)

Congratulations! Just one thing: i think you transmitt lot of stress because you talk too fast and show the slides for little time. Thank you anyway.

david fox - (9/26/2010 3:20 PM)

Barry, I just viewed the video from your international lecture. Great job! My name is David Fox and you met with me this past summer in St Louis at the Drury hotel for an early am meeting. By the way thanks again for that meeting. I look forward to hearing you speak and saying hello in Louisville, KY. David Fox

david bistritz - (1/28/2010 8:23 AM)

amazingly smooth delivery of clinically relevant information, an amazing system with solid implant science, both lab and clinical.

Małgorzata Boratyn - (1/25/2010 4:16 PM)

I am happy to see first time Ankylos implants.Its great system and great presentation.I am going to use this system.Thank You

carlos àraujo - (1/24/2010 2:59 PM)

That`s what I’ve been living and experiencing for the last 15 years here in Brazil, and these ideas, after an extensive clinical training(more than 3000 implants placed) resulted in wonderful revolutionary ideas I`d like to share with you in the future, Thanks for dental XP, it’s amazing
Carlos Araujo Bauru Brazil

Kenneth Serota - (1/23/2010 6:06 AM)

I have had the pleasure of learning from Barry on the ankylos@ls.rxdentistry.com forum. This presentation is simply a smattering of the information on this incredible system being provided by Barry and his friends Bill Cohen and James Tanner. The forum is by invitation only, please contact bsgold@earthlink.net if you wish to join.

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