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Predictable Peri-Implant Gingival Aesthetics

 

Learning Objectives:

This podcast presents various factors that may influence the dynamics of peri-implant gingival aesthetics in the event of a single anterior failing tooth. Upon listening to this podcast, the listener should:

  • Be aware of a surgical and prosthodontic technique suggested to facilitate predictable peri-implant aesthetics.
  • Understand the application of an ovate pontic tooth on a removable partial denture following immediate extraction and implant placement.

 

Bone resorption following maxillary anterior tooth extraction is common and often compromises gingival tissue levels for the implant restoration. The creation of predictable peri-implant aesthetics requires proper understanding and preservation of the osseous and gingival tissue surrounding the failing tooth. This article addresses the various factors that affect the predictability of peri-implant gingival aesthetics in anterior single-tooth replacement. The surgical and prosthodontic procedures for maintenance of peri-implant aesthetics are also presented using an ovate pontic tooth on a removable partial denture following immediate extraction and implant placement.

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