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Managing Prosthetic Components for Predictable Implant Aesthetics - part 2 of 4

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In this second of a 4 part Series, Dr. Gerard J. Lemongello describes the diagnostic and therpeutic components necessary to achieve predictable aesthetic results in implant therapy. An emphasis is placed on the management, fabrication and optimization of restorative components in achieving the desired results.

Date Added:
7/28/2010

Author(s):

Gerard Lemongello, DMD Gerard Lemongello, DMD
Dr. Lemongello graduated from the University of Florida, College of Dentistry and has been in private practice since 1987. His focus is on cosmetic and comprehensive restora...
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Questions & Comments
Graham Jones - (12/5/2011 11:35 AM)

is the audio working?

hector norero - (4/21/2011 7:42 PM)

Congratulations nice work !!!!

hector norero - (4/21/2011 7:42 PM)

Congratulations nice work !!!!

dentimp huang - (12/22/2010 4:40 AM)

Very helpful suggestion . Thank you , Dr.Salama !

Maurice Salama - (12/21/2010 5:34 PM)

Big difference with Thin vs. Thick tissue type. I would prefer CTG to thicken thin biotypes in the esthetic zone prior to restoration.
Dr. Salama

dentimp huang - (12/20/2010 11:32 AM)

It seems like thick biotype all in the video , can get the similar result from thin biotype ?

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