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Unstable soft tissue seal at implants favors an inflammatory reaction that can lead to facial recession, pocket formation and loss of bone support. The more stable and tight the soft tissue seal, the more predictable the outcome of implant rehabilitation. A major criterion influenc

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For a variety of reasons, there has been an increasing trend towards cement-retained restorations over the last decade, notwithstanding the concomitant increase in biological and mechanical complications. This trend is now rapidly reversing, as clinicians better appreciate the biol...

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In this presentation, emphasis will be placed on clinical situations that are best served aesthetically with zirconia. While the main advantage of zirconia is its mechanical strength, it is possible to design the restoration to maximize its esthetic potential and also to blend it...

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Prosthetic materials
Implant prosthetics
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Unique physical, optical, and biologic properties have made zirconia a preferred material for restorative options from single units to full-mouth rehabilitations. For bilayer restorations with zirconia as a core and framework material, proper selection and application of the...

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Prosthetic materials
Single and multi-unit restorations
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Tight collaboration between clinicians and lab technicians is needed from the beginning, before treatment is executed. Digital tools facilitate the creation of cemented provisionals prior to surgery and are the ideal real-life prototypes for the following final restorations during...

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Guided Surgery
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Digital implant planning and placement is here to stay as it delivers more efficient care with consistently better outcomes, especially in the partially edentulous patient. Placing an implant that is “restorable” is no longer the aspiration. With today’s technology one can do...

Digital workflow
Guided Surgery
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Intra-oral scanning devices have existed for nearly thirty years with a rapid increase in the number of commercial solutions. The major question remains – “are we there yet?” The technology brings many benefits, but there are also several technical and clinical limitations. This is...

Digital workflow
CAD/CAM
Anterior implants