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Evolving Implant Aesthetics - Options, Limitations and Solutions - Part 1 of 2

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Creating Implant Esthetics is not only about technical skill and product knowledge. It requires a thorough investigation into Bone Volume and Tissue Quality and how it relates to the future proposed restoration. Missing this on the diagnostic side will often lead to esthetic failure or compromised results regardless of the skill of the operators. This presentation will clearly describe the challenges faced with multiple tooth replacement in the Esthetic Zone and some of the recently reported strategies and key algorithms to overcome these difficult scenarios. Extraction Management, Orthodontic Extrusion, Bone Grafting, Pontic Enhancement, Root Submergence and Artificial Gingival Reconstruction will all be reviewed as potential strategies in managing the loss of multiple anterior teeth.

Date Added:
1/15/2012

Author(s):

David Garber, DMD David Garber, DMD
Dr. David Garber has a dual appointment at the Medical College of Georgia School of Dentistry, in Augusta Georgia, as Clinic...
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Questions & Comments
David Garber - (1/16/2012 9:19 AM)

dear farquan, the way to" enhance" thin biotypes is with connective tissue grafting - - there are many different versions of the procedure by Mauric Salama,Mmichael Sonick, Kirk Pasquinelli and more - -also look at the videos showing the use of allografts by Pat Allen. Maurice and others -- - you are correct in this is a key factor and needs to be addressed in most cases for that consumate result- - and so also a key but easy part of the rocedure to master - - we also do Hands On Programs here at the centre in atlanta and sometimes in different cities - -check again on xp or email eddie @dentalxp HOPE THIS HELPS BUT LET US KNOW David

FARHAN DURRANI492 - (1/15/2012 1:23 AM)

dear dr graber gingival biotype becomes most important factor for implant esthetics and interproximal bone please provide step by step gingival augmentation procedure steps i tried after seeing the programs on dental xp ,but i still get gingival pull back ,also describe about how much long or deep incision should be there to get tension free closure

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