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Giacomo Fabbri: Importance of undisturbed soft tissue healing for good aesthetic outcomes and clinical success

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  • Soft tissue healing is affected by repeated disconnection and re-connection of healing abutments leading to potential hard and soft tissue changes
  • Maintaining tissue thickness around implants has been shown to lead to less bone remodeling, showing the importance of preserving the important tissue
  • Utilizing an On1 abutment to avoid the repeated disconnection at the implant interface can allow undisturbed healing at the bone, tissue, implant interface

Clinical topics

Prosthetic strategies
Implant prosthetics
Prosthetic materials
Biomechanics and occlusion

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If one places the implant with bone augmentation - then are we sure what the tissue thickness is going to be ?

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If one places the implant with bone augmentation - then are we sure what the tissue thickness is going to be ? great talk
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asked by Chee Horng T'ng

Great lecture, tq. How about the incidence of prosthetic complications when dealing with posterior implant placement?

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1st of u ask for prosthetic implant not perio or os.so if we use arch bar or acrh clasp then there should be no complications.but if u go for multiple implants it will go for dislodgement of implants as well as prosthesis.u r thinking bar implant can succumbed the jaw.yes it can.take measure to ignore that.