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

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In this fourth 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:
8/1/2010

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
tural ismayilov - (5/4/2014 5:49 AM)

Thnk you dear Dr Gerard for good and skill presentation....

jason lin - (3/19/2013 8:09 AM)

Dr Lemongello , may I get the subtitle of the video presentation about the techniques of managing Prosthetic Components for Predictable Implant Aesthetics?

Gerard Lemongello - (3/12/2013 3:55 PM)

Thank you for the kind words. My goal was to provide information in a step by step manor to help illustrate successful techniques. I am happy you enjoyed the presentation.

arjun panikar - (3/11/2013 4:00 PM)

Dr. Lemongello, this by far has been the best 4 part presentation topic that i have come across in Dental Xp. by showing how it is actually done rather than just talking about it really improves understanding of the topic. although i am a guy and am straight in all respects, i have just fallen in love with you. A really heart felt Thank you, & a suggestion for the developers of dental Xp (Who have a done a brilliant job with this web site)would be to encourage their prominent speakers to have videos just like yours for the sake of our better understanding.

Luis Leon - (6/24/2012 11:43 AM)

Felicitaciones, trabajo de gran ayuda para el momento quirurgico.

kavita patel - (5/26/2012 3:27 PM)

Hello Dr. Lemongello, i sincerely want to express my hearfelt gratitude for posting these series of 4 presentations. no kidding but i have seen them all at least 4/5 times to truly digest the content and techniques. i actually fabricated my 1st provisional (that will help sculpt and support the soft tissue for beautiful esthetics) on implant # 8 area earlier this morning at the Oral Surgeon's office after traditional healing time (as i have to yet invest in a soft tissue laser). It came out stunning and everyone at the oral surgeon's office and the OS himself were floored by methodical approach to this process...thanks to you i have attended countless lectures on anterior esthetics that show these similar results but none that taught steps in a systematic process...WOW! i am still on cloud nine once again thank you for your dedicated effort and detailed programmed teaching presentation and have a wonderful holiday weekend kavita patel, DDS

milind saudagar - (1/13/2011 1:26 AM)

very nice presentation. use of video and step by step procedure photographs have left very little to imagine. thanks a lot

Lars Hansson - (9/28/2010 9:35 AM)

Great topic , something that I teach all my Dr's to do and to understand how important it is to get this information to the lab technician. I do have a recommendation and that is to use a transparent material when doing the indirect technique, use a material like the Memosil 2 from Heraeus when filling in around the impression coping. It will make it easier to like cure. Lars Hansson CDT , FICOI

hiszam kassem - (8/15/2010 9:50 AM)

Thank you for a very good lectures..

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