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Protocols for Aesthetic Zone Management: From Maintenance to 3D Reconstruction

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Managing aesthetic zone with dental implants is one of the most challenging and demanding treatments in dentistry due to biological limitations. From Sockets type I to healed ridges with hard and soft tissue deficiencies, everyday clinicians may face different situations to manage in the aesthetic zone. When we are talking about rebuilt and have long term success, autogenous hard and soft tissue still are the gold standard as the Socket shield technique promises to be to prevent bucal collapse in Immediate Implants. During the lecture the author will systematize how to face each different clinical situation, utilizing different autogenous tissues combined with a micro surgical approach, in order to have the best healing patterns and scar-less surgery.

Date Added:
10/27/2021

Author(s):

Luis Lapa Bessa, DDS Luis Lapa Bessa, DDS
- Graduated DDS, 2008, ISCSN- Cespu, Portugal

- Oral and Maxilofacial specialization, 2011, Universidade federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

- Post gradua...
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Questions & Comments
David Ting - (3/26/2020 9:17 PM)

Thanks for sharing I am grateful for the knowledge

amin dinparvar - (3/16/2020 4:33 AM)

Fantatic presentation

Omid Moghaddas - (3/15/2020 3:02 AM)

Great job Luis

luis bessa - (3/12/2019 8:45 PM)

MJK is the brand of the blades.

luis bessa - (3/12/2019 8:44 PM)

Thanks Howie!

Howard Gluckman - (2/14/2019 1:47 AM)

great synopsis of some of the options available

Przemysław Dabek - (2/13/2019 2:06 PM)

Who manufactures these bended blades?

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