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Reconstruction of Lost Papillae Around Implants

Description:
Advanced surgical techniques utilized for maintenance or reconstruction of the deficient or missing interdental papillae. Soft and hard tissue approaches are highlighted as well as the role of orthodontics and prosthetic illusion. These state of the art techniques will enable the practitioner to better manage or prevent the devastation of the missing interdental papillae in esthetic implant dentistry.

Date Added:
5/22/2008

Author(s):

Yasukazu Miyamoto, DDS Yasukazu Miyamoto, DDS
Education:
Asahi University School of Dentistry, 1983

JIADS( The Japan Institute Advanced Dental Studies, Certificate in Periodontology & Implantology,...
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Questions & Comments
Maurice Salama - (1/13/2016 8:28 AM)

Vo nhan; the lecture presentation works well but the imbedded video was damaged.we do apologize. There are other presentations on this topic on XP. Dr. Salama

vo nhan - (1/13/2016 12:10 AM)

No video. Could you upload video again please?

Spence Bloom - (12/8/2013 1:44 PM)

Using IE10 and Win7, I could not see the surgical video in the foreground.
Many principles here are well demonstrated.

Have any procedures shown in 2008 been replaced by other techniques (or materials) that combine procedures and reduce the number of surgeries needed to achieve the esthetic goals?

Helios Houenou172 - (8/17/2013 10:23 PM)

Video????

Kevin Mullin903 - (4/26/2013 6:34 AM)

The video that showed the actual procedure did not play. I could see the lecture in the background, but could not see the details.

THEO ODYSSEOS - (11/16/2012 9:52 AM)

nice presentation.

Sam Busich - (10/12/2012 8:50 AM)

Just excellent presentation on regenerative protocols to reconstruct lost or deficient papilla. My compliments. Thanks Sam

Band Ditto64 - (11/4/2011 2:45 PM)

Alejandro; It must be your internet connection. Played great for me. Beautiful material and great suggestions on how to augment the papilla! Bravo

Alejandro Aguilar - (11/4/2011 1:10 PM)

video dont wo..

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