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3-D tooth movement adjacent to single anterior implants and aesthetic outcome. A 14-20 year follow-up study

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asked by Raouf Mouelhi

Hi Nicole

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In addition to facial changes, we're facing colour changes, natural teeth may darken, while ceramic doesn't change. So in most single tooth replacement cases, we have to expect that such changes may occur and we have to warn patients about the possibility of changing crowns and eventually the abutment. 
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asked by Antonio Lopez

Hi Nicole: Do you think that the minimin age to insert implants have to be consider? And The infraposition of the Implant affect

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The esthetic gum lével ? Then What do you consider the cause of the teeth movement? Anterior growth of the maxilar, or passive eruption of the teeth, or boto?