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Predictable Implant Aesthetics Utilizing A Custom Fabricated Provisional Abutment & Impression Coping

Description:
Mastering the art of predictable implant aesthetics can be challenging. One of the most stressful areas for most dentists is the process of creating a beautiful provisional that will guide tissue and predictably communicate the aesthetic outcome for the final restoration in the aesthetic zone. Combining the use of a custom fabricated provisional abutment, provisional restoration and a custom fabricated impression coping many of the aesthetics challenges can be addressed. This information can then be communicated to the laboratory to ensure the most predictable aesthetic outcome possible. This program is designed to simplify and streamline the entire process of implant provisionalization and impression. This program will provide a systematic, step by step approach to tissue management, provisionalization and impression of implant cases.

Date Added:
2/8/2017

Author(s):

Jay M. Lerner, DDS Jay M. Lerner, DDS
A graduate of the Columbia University School of Dentistry, Dr Lerner has maintained a private practice in Palm Beach Gardens since 1983, focusing on comprehensive restorative ...
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Gerard Lemongello, DMD Gerard Lemongello, DMD
Dr. Lemongello graduated from the University of Florida, College of Dentistry and has been in private practice since 1987. His focus is on cosmetic and comprehensive restora...
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Questions & Comments
Kristine Hassan - (5/15/2017 6:25 PM)

Exactly what I was looking for! As expected, only the best from Drs. Lerner & Lemongello!

Vicente Rodriguez - (4/16/2017 12:06 PM)

Thanks , I enjoy your presentation again Keep it up , it was fantastic

Damir Vicich - (4/4/2017 1:02 PM)

Great presentation thanks! How did you manage the anterior guide? in the case of the young women with two anterior implants. Thanks!

barry manson - (3/9/2017 10:36 AM)

fantastic!!! thank you!

Tyler Binner - (2/8/2017 8:41 AM)

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