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Treatment guidelines

Placement of implants - Height

Key points

  • Implants can be placed supra-, equi- and subcrestally
  • After implant placement bone remodeling processes take place and a periimplant soft and hard tissue interface is established
  • Implant insertion depth is dependent on implant collar design and implant surface treatment

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