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New Concepts in Single Implants in the Esthetic Zone - Part 2 of 2

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In this lecture given at an international meeting in Las Vegas in 2011, Dr. Nigel Saynor describes the latest clinical perspectives in anterior esthetic implant therapy. Considerations include implant design, connections, implant positioning and hard and soft tissue maintenance and enhancement are discussed in detail.

Date Added:
5/24/2011

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Nigel Saynor, BDS, MDent, Sc Nigel Saynor, BDS, MDent, Sc
Dr. Nigel A Saynor qualified with distinction from the University of Manchester in 1980. The following year was spent attached to the Oral Surgery and Maxillofacial Su...
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Questions & Comments
Maurice Salama - (9/29/2014 10:25 AM)

I must agree with Nicolas comment. It appears that CTG in Anterior Implant therapy appears to play a critical role in tissue and bone stability. Dr. Salama

FARHAN DURRANI492 - (9/28/2014 1:55 PM)

the best

Nicolas Aronna - (4/2/2012 2:11 PM)

Nice presentation DrNigel. I have seen many cases during the last years with a very good emergence profile especially in terms of mesial and distal aspect of the surrounding bone. Everybody over the time look at the mesial and distal papilla. What I usually see is at those cases with 5 years post op is a very thin buccal soft tissue compared with the adjacent. I strongly believe that all cases in the aesthetic zone should be grafted with CTG even if we have more than 2mm of keratinized tissue. Because I consider not only the keratinized tissue which is essential, but also the thickness of it.(multiple layers of collagen fibers that will prevent from thinner the buccal soft tissue over the time)(Ueli Grunder) Thanks for this amazing presentation.

Paul Scholl - (6/5/2011 4:58 PM)

Superb! Did you make the video at the end.

Willem van der Heijden - (5/31/2011 5:32 PM)

Will it still stick on the abutment even the use of the vaseline. Very clear and amusing presentation, I like the English humor Willem van der Heijden, The Netherlands

Nigel Saynor - (5/31/2011 9:27 AM)

A duplicate of the abutment is used or specifically constructed, this is then coated with a separator, vaseline was used, the crown is filled with cement and then placed on the duplicate outside the mouth, the excess is removed and the crown is transferred to the abutment in the mouth, it effectively eliminates the problem of excess cement, which is so destructive to the soft tissues.

Maurice Salama - (5/30/2011 1:35 PM)

Felipe; It's quite effective and works very well to avoid the common problem of excess cement below the gingiva with implant restorations. Dr. Salama

Felipe Saliba - (5/29/2011 9:55 PM)

Laurent Rosemblaum sorry for my English ... he removes excess cement from the crown, cementing first it into an abutment analog, remove quickly before the cement setting and then takes the crown to the abutment on the mouth. ok?

dentimp huang - (5/28/2011 7:28 AM)

Excellent presentation ! I have the same question as DR. Rosemblaum .

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