David Garcia Baeza: The art of individualized prosthetics in the aesthetic zone and the way to the optimum result
- Influence of soft tissue contours on final prosthetic result
- Prosthetic design for optimal soft tissue contours
- NEXT GEN Forum
- Nobel Biocare New York Global Symposium 2016
Reaching for an aesthetic end-result involves optimized soft tissue protocols. The use of provisional restorations gives advantages and makes the final prosthetic steps easier to achieve an excellent esthetic result. The handling of the soft tissue and its manipulation at the right time is crucial for the aesthetic outcomes. But how and when should it be done? The lecturer will focus on today’s knowledge and the influence the abutment design has on the transmucosal region to support final outcomes.
Dr. David Garcia-Baeza obtained his DMD degree at the European University of Madrid (EUM) in 2002. In 2006 he obtained the certificate in implant and oral rehabilitation, also from EUM. He now maintains a private practice at the CIMA center in Madrid, Spain, which is dedicated to esthetics, restorative dentistry and implants. He is also member of the EAO (European Association of Osteointegration), SEPES (Spanish Society of Prosthodontics) and SEPA (Spanish Society of Periodontology). He is an Affiliate Professor in the Department of Periodontology at UEM and Assistant Professor in the Department of Esthetic Dentistry at the Complutense University of Madrid. Dr. Garcia-Baeza presently conducts a number of courses in the field of esthetic dentistry throughout Spain. He has several publications in international journals and has given many national and international lectures on esthetic and restorative dentistry.