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The fourth dimension of surgical reconstruction with implants involves development of an adjusted surgical protocol, which is time dependent and accounts for normal physiological changes of the skull and face. Previous treatment in 3-D did not address the possibilities of these dyn...

Implant designs
Implant surfaces
Immediate implant placement
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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

CAD/CAM
Anterior implants
Posterior implants
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In order for a patient to receive a properly placed implant with a functional and esthetically successful restoration, the clinician must be aware of the anatomical limitations of the maxillo-mandibular complex.  

The goal of this presentation is to provide the clinician with...

Radiology
Immediate implant placement
Edentulous treatments
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The goal of creating a harmonious aesthetic outcome around dental implants that mimics the surrounding dentition and soft-tissue condition as well as morphology is indeed difficult to create and maintain long term. The subepithelial connective tissue graft (CTG) is a favored option...

Anterior implants
Minimally invasive procedures
Soft tissue management
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This presentation will review the contemporary surgical and prosthetic concepts in management of implants in the aesthetic zone with a view to achieving optimum long term esthetics and stability.
The outcomes depend on the clinical management and an understanding and application of...

Immediate implant placement
Anterior implants
Soft tissue management
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This lecture will focus on the biologic criteria when it comes to restoring anterior implants using as an alternative a screw or cement retained restoration. The main problematic aspect for the cemented implant restoration will be discussed widely with different clinical examples...

Digital workflow
Guided Surgery
CAD/CAM
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Vertical augmentation presents one of the greatest challenges of bone regeneration in implant dentistry. Patient selection, patient preparation for surgery, precise surgical techniques and postoperative management are the key factors in reducing the rate of bone graft complications...

Bone grafting and regeneration
Soft tissue management
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Dental implants have evolved dramatically over the last decade, and so have our expectations in terms of function and aesthetics. The augmentation of soft tissue around dental implants for enhancing inter-implant papilla architecture has emerged as an area of much concern and focus...

Anterior implants
Soft tissue management
Anterior hard & soft tissue management
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There is a need for a critical dimension of soft tissue seal protecting the osseointegration (biological width) and a minimum width and thickness of keratinised mucosa surrounding an osseointegrated implant. The standard surgical interventions to treat these conditions need a...

Immediate implant placement
Anterior implants
Soft tissue management
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Is a failing implant a red flag scenario in the learning curve?

 

With the explosive penetration of implantology in the dental community, we are more often confronted with complications and failing implants. Corrections and re-treatment are difficult and time consuming. Inadequate...

Anterior implants
Soft tissue management
Anterior hard & soft tissue management
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Replacement of failed implants (functional or esthetic) can be a daunting task and often achieves unsatisfactory results. A decision on implant removal, according to set guidelines, should be made as soon as possible to avoid unnecessary tissue loss. Normal bone physiology should...

Anterior implants
Implants in compromised sites
Bone grafting and regeneration