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Keys to Optimizing Soft Tissue Esthetics in Implant Therapy - Part 2

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In this second installment of a very informative 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. Scientific literature and clinical surgical videos are utilized to combine the science and art that clinicians require to achieve success.

Date Added:
4/30/2010

Author(s):

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
FARHAN DURRANI492 - (4/7/2012 10:44 PM)

please do tell sir how to correct the black holes

Manuel De LA ROSA - (8/27/2011 9:57 AM)

congratulations on such a complete presentation, good literature review and very nice cases!

enrico manca - (5/6/2010 12:38 AM)

THANK YOU SO MUCH DOCTOR MANKOO FOR THE CLEAR EXPLICATION OF THIS COMPLICATE CASE!!

Richard Akin - (5/2/2010 10:14 PM)

Very nice talk. It is rare to see a 5 year follow up. I am interested to know why you did not provisionalize the lateral incisor case you showed? My guess is that it did not achieve ideal torque. Your reasoning for immediate implant placement rather than staging is logical.

Sam Busich - (4/30/2010 2:55 PM)

Tidu; Nice blend of clinical work and scientific literature. I was surprised by the amount of implant exposure you are willing to accept with immediate placement and augmentation. Why not Stage the case? Isn't it safer especially in the esthetic zone. Thanks Sam

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