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Keys to Optimizing Soft Tissue Esthetics in Implant Therapy - Part 1

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In this first of a series on esthetic implant therapy, Dr. Tidu Mankoo outlines the key clinical components that are necessary to achieve predictability and esthetic results in anterior implant therapy. Specifically, the means necessary for achieving soft tissue esthetics is given special emphasis.

Date Added:
4/24/2010

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Tidu Mankoo, BDS Tidu Mankoo, BDS
Dr Tidu Mankoo qualified with a BDS from the University of Bristol in 1981 and has a renowned Private & Referral Practice in Windsor, UK, treating Implant, Restorative and Aes...
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Questions & Comments
Maurice Salama - (9/8/2013 11:06 AM)

Tom; I would very much agree with your assessment. Additionally, most linear studies have been performed on beagle dogs whom have different healing parameters and labial plate thicknesses than human subjects. Dr. S

Tom Cassidy - (9/8/2013 9:07 AM)

Thanks for the reply. It was thought that avoiding flap elevation would minimise surgical trauma at time of extraction and alter bone resorption in a positive way however its efficacy is unclear.

Maurice Salama - (8/25/2013 8:40 PM)

Hey Tom; The literature seems to disagree with your assessment regarding facial bone resorption with flap or no flap. More resoprtion with flaps. Do a PubMed search and read for yourself. It is likely Dr. Mankoo is on holiday in August and will respond in due course. Dr. Salama

Tom Cassidy - (8/25/2013 5:25 PM)

Not impressed with no reply to question. Why ask for questions if there is no answer

Tom Cassidy - (8/18/2013 12:43 PM)

I doubt if raising a small flap on an immediate extraction socket leads to more facial bone loss than not raising a flap. The facial bone will be resorbed in either case. Cannot find any literature to shed light on the subject

Maurice Salama - (12/1/2012 8:26 PM)

Well done Tidu. Would love to see your next presentation soon. Any new thoughts? Dr. Salama

jorge cabral - (12/1/2012 7:25 PM)

Ola Boa noite sou um paciente onde tenho problemas dentarios e procuro uma resolução. Gostaria de saber a clinica indicada na cidade do Porto para possivel tratamento.. Obrigado Jorge Cabral

miguel stanley - (10/6/2010 7:03 PM)

Great lecture Tidu. hope to keep on learning from you. Your cases are groundbreaking as usual.

Simon Milbauer - (5/1/2010 9:43 AM)

excellent presentation, very sequenced protocol of treatment planning and case assesment

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