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Critical Restorative Factors in Esthetic Implant Therapy - Part 2 of 2

Description:
Today, the achievement of a natural looking esthetic outcome is widely expected by our patients. To achieve a successful result and have it maintained over the long-term requires that the surgical as well as the prosthetic protocols are in total harmony with the peri-implant tissues. The purpose of this presentation is to critically describe the step by step key esthetically related prosthetic procedures which are performed before, during and after the surgical procedures. Provisional restorations, impression techniques, prosthetic profiles and restorative materials will be presented and their impact on the long-term esthetic outcome will also be discussed.

Date Added:
8/28/2013

Author(s):

Gianluca Paniz, DDS, MS, FACP Gianluca Paniz, DDS, MS, FACP
Gianluca Paniz achieved his Dental Degree from Padova University (Italy) in 2002.

He attended TUFTS University (Boston, USA) for three years (2003-2007) and achie...
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Questions & Comments
henry salama - (7/10/2014 2:19 PM)

Hello Phu, the link of Part 1, Surgical Considerations, by Dr. Luca Gobbato is: http://www.dentalxp.com/video/soft-hard-tissue-considerations-1152063.aspx?locale=

phu nguyen - (7/10/2014 1:42 PM)

Hi Dr Salama, can you post the link to Part I please? I scrolled down the related videos list but still can't find it. Thank you!

GEORGIOS GKRITZAPIS - (9/16/2013 2:15 PM)

thank you,it was excellent!!

Maurice Salama - (9/9/2013 7:51 AM)

Yaarob; scroll down to related videos below. Part 1 is there. Dr. Salama

yaarob sara - (9/9/2013 3:45 AM)

Hello, where's part 1of 2?

Omid Moghaddas - (9/8/2013 3:26 AM)

comprehensive and perfectly described. tnx Gianluca. thanks Dr Moghaddas

Mario Marcone - (8/31/2013 7:29 AM)

Well done! All this information is absolutely critical for achieving successful implant-retained restorations in the esthetic zone. Thank you.

Maurice Salama - (8/29/2013 11:02 PM)

Really great presentation on critical choices we make in the Esthetic Zone with implants. Here is the information all,of us need to know before treating with implants in this area. Thanks Dr. Salama

Theodoros Trakas - (8/29/2013 6:09 PM)

Great presentation and nice, clean top-level dentistry!

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