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Esthetic Tissue Reconstruction Around Implants - Part 1 of 2

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Esthetics in implant-supported restorations is an important clinical objective in contemporary dentistry. Understanding the biological behavior of hard and soft tissues following tooth extraction is the first step to anticipate the physiological tissue remodeling and its consequences. Our objective in these 2 sequencial lectures was to provide straightforward decision trees related to several clinical scenarios observed in routine clinical practice. The 3 fundamental pillars for peri-implant excellence are: restorative-driven implant position, hard and soft tissue reconstruction using different biomaterials and grafts, and prosthetic management. Using this philosophical approach seems to provide esthetic and stable results over time irrespective of the initial clinical condition.

Date Added:
4/14/2021

Author(s):

Robert Carvalho da Silva, DDS, PhD Robert Carvalho da Silva, DDS, PhD
Robert Carvalho da Silva received his dental degree from Uberlândia Federal University in 1994. Is board certificated in Periodontics at the Brazilian Dental ...
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Questions & Comments
Oghenejiro Akpobome - (7/30/2021 6:54 PM)

Fantastic Presentation!

Duc Pham - (5/17/2021 1:05 AM)

Great presentation. Can you share the experience how to place the bone tac or membrane screw in the lingual sit?

Maurice Salama - (4/14/2021 9:08 AM)

Absolutely brilliant presentation. So many keys to success!! Thanks for the great effort in making a great educational presentation for all our members. regards Maurice

Robert Silva - (4/22/2018 6:32 PM)

In reality we have to undertand that challenging cases may be solved, but some compromise is generally comom.

Maurice Salama - (4/17/2018 4:20 PM)

I am amused often by comments regarding the presentation without an effort to provide an alternative method to those performed. Please, if you are not in agreement that is fine but let us know what you would suggest as another option. Dr. Salama

Robert Silva - (4/11/2018 10:51 AM)

Dear Ashwath, Yes... The interdental papilla is a big challenge...

Robert Silva - (4/11/2018 10:49 AM)

Tks Inas...

Ashwath Gowda - (4/10/2018 3:10 PM)

#9 NOT Acceptable Mesial and distal DARK TRIANGLES, from day one Failed to preserve or to restore the INTERDENTAL PAPILLA.

Inas abuzneid - (4/9/2018 11:06 AM)

thanks a lot doctor ....really beautiful &well done work

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