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Brilliant Implant Esthetics - Innovative Soft-Tissue Shaping and Prosthetic Socket Preservation

Description:
A great challenge in implantology today is a predictable, long lasting pink esthetic result. However, constant removing and replacement of multiple prosthetic components has been proven to initiate vertical soft tissue loss.

Date Added:
11/5/2015

Author(s):

Paul Weigl, DDS Paul Weigl, DDS
Dr. Paul Weigl, born 08/24/1963 in Munich, Germany

1983 - 1989 Study of oral medicine and operative dentistry at the Ludwig-Maximillians-University Munich [read more]




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Questions & Comments
Petar Pavletić - (11/4/2015 6:45 PM)

Nice presentation, congrats! Just a few questions: 1.How you take the impressions of the definitive abutment for the final(definitive)crown? 2.Are the abutment always torqued up to 35 Ncm(minimum)if you have the possibility?And what you do if it is not possible?(2 stage?provisional?)

DR.AYMAN SAKER960 - (11/4/2015 9:59 AM)

REGARDS

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