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Prosthetic Soft Tissue Development From Single to Full Arch Reconstruction

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In addition to surgical intervention is the creation of the specific emergence profile that is essential in the aesthetic zone. The emergence profile composed of 2 parts, the abutment and the subgingival part of the crown. The shape of abutment can be individually shaped so that it gives natural appearance and varies individually (depending on the depth, angulation and diameter of the implant). Sometimes it even dictates the implant position. From a surgical perspective, soft tissue height, position and thickness need to be diagnosed and corrected when needed. From the prosthetic point of view, the emergence profile has to be created to mimic the natural appearance and maintained over time in respect to the biological changes. The course teaches step by step how to be successful with implant prosthetics from single tooth, partially edentulous to full arch reconstruction.

Date Added:
9/25/2013

Author(s):

Marius Steigmann, DDS Marius Steigmann, DDS
Dr.medic.stom.IMF Neumarkt
Marius Steigmann, phd


Adjunct professor U.of Michigan d

Adjunct. Assistant Professor Boston University.

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Questions & Comments
Kevin Bonn - (9/28/2013 9:52 AM)

Dr Stiegman, If you have to modify your try-in resin abutment and it requires modification such as an increase in contour, do you send this back to the lab or are you doing this chair side? KevIn Bonn

Adriana Castellanos - (9/26/2013 7:36 PM)

As always, I enjoyed this lecture so much and my knowledge increase every time I attend this webinars.
Thank you.

Dominic Siu - (9/25/2013 10:26 PM)

Dr. Steigmann, I learn something new every time I listen to your lecture. thank you.

jose emilio torres nuñez - (9/25/2013 9:08 PM)

Dr.Steigmann,thanks from Honduras Central America

Alexandru Georgescu - (9/25/2013 4:15 PM)

Dr. Steigmann, very nice lecture. Thanks from Romania.

dr Marinel Subu - (9/25/2013 1:24 PM)

Dr Steigmann, thanks from Serbia

miguel sanchún - (9/25/2013 10:22 AM)

Dr.Steigmann,thanks from Mexico

Wan Leong Eow - (9/25/2013 9:47 AM)

Thanks a lot for the lecture,Dr Steigmann

cojocaru - (9/25/2013 5:48 AM)

excellent. one more question : for emergence profile you propose the concave/convex and flat form . prof. Dean Vaffiadis have,, Z ,, formula for emergence profile. its a complicate way ? or its applicable only for CAD-CAM? tanks!

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