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The Science Behind the Papillae - Part 1 of 2

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In 1992, Tarnow’s study on the effect of the distance from the contact point to the crestal bone on the presence of interproximal dental papilla gave us a new and ground breaking insight into the management of pink aesthetics. Later Team Atlanta furthered that study, analyzing the different measures between teeth, implants and pontics, giving us an even deeper understanding of how bone height influences in papilla growth. In my understanding, this study was one of the most important in the history of dentistry due to its true crossover between dental surgery and the prosthodontic field, combining aesthetics, oral rehabilitation and oral surgery in treatment planning. Never has interdisciplinary dentistry been more valued. This lecture will go over past and present techniques that can be performed to achieve an optimal aesthetic outcome in the managing of soft tissue.

Date Added:
7/5/2018

Author(s):

Miguel Stanley, DDS Miguel Stanley, DDS
Dr Miguel Stanley, graduated as a DDS in 1998. He is trained in implant surgery and cosmetic dentistry. For the last eight years he dedicates most of this tim...
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Questions & Comments
Maurice Salama - (7/10/2018 4:36 PM)

A true teacher here....great overview of the management of the papillae. Thanks Maurice

henry salama - (7/10/2018 1:24 PM)

Thinking Big! A great all-inclusive outline as to what it takes to build the esthetic practice. Thanks Miguel.

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