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Optimizing Tissue Esthetics of Single Tooth Implants

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The most critical factor in achieving exquisite esthetics around single tooth anterior implants is management of the gingival tissues. Beginning with treatment planning and evaluating the existing tissue and bony architecture we can set the stage for success. With optimized planning, precise placement of the fixture, and the use of laser technology to reduce tissue trauma we can minimize the bone and tissue changes during the surgical phase. During the restorative phase creation of proper tissue contours using the CO2 laser and control of tooth form to position tissue set the stage for obtaining optimal esthetic results.

Date Added:
8/15/2012

Author(s):

Lee Ann Brady, DMD Lee Ann Brady, DMD
Dr. Lee Ann Brady is a privately practicing dentist and nationally recognized educator and writer. Her practice experience has been rich and varied. She has worked in a...
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Questions & Comments
Maurice Salama - (3/5/2014 8:59 AM)

Great presentation on how to manage the prosthetic shaping of the implant phase which is crucial to optimal esthetic success. Easy to understand. Thanks Dr. Salama

Paul Boulos - (9/11/2012 6:53 AM)

i would like to know if possible to use a soft tissue laser for flabless surgery instead of tissue punch. it might be better healing time and less bleeding. what is yo comment on that thanks

Danny O'Keefe - (8/29/2012 12:52 PM)

Great, I just showed your presentation to part of my staff, hygenists and assistants. they help present this info to patients, help in every step of the procedure. They understood, liked and received some new ideas. Thanks

Sam Busich - (8/29/2012 9:05 AM)

Darrell; The video plays well for me. Excellent instructional aspects and simplifies the details of provisionalization. many thanks Sam

Darrell French - (8/28/2012 3:31 PM)

why couldnt watch video it show me message say the video currently not available and error code ve_ pd _notfound

Island Mak - (8/16/2012 11:17 AM)

It will be better if we can watch more photos how the speaker doing the provisionals to the patient.

Osama Abdel Qader - (8/16/2012 7:21 AM)

very nice but as always the presentations must be shorter , about 30 mnts not more ,, it is very difficult these days to buy enough time . thank you

SHARDUL SONTAKKE - (8/15/2012 11:14 PM)

A good presentation.Thank you

Maria Barrera-Guevara - (8/15/2012 11:40 AM)

Very useful information!! Thank you Dr. Brady

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