Regeneration for aesthetic satisfaction: clinical realities
Aesthetic results of implants in the anterior zone can successfully be achieved while being minimally invasive and more biologic. It is very important to use the right surgical techniques with the right bone substitutes and membranes.
The last decade has seen an increasing demand by patients for aesthetic outcomes of implant restorations and for minimizing the number of procedures.
The purpose of the presentation will be to evaluate the clinical outcome of single tooth implants in the anterior maxilla placed immediately into extraction sockets, simultaneously with minimally invasive treatment of buccal bone defects, and soft tissue grafting.
The objectives of the lecture will be to investigate from a clinical approach
- the need for additional augmentation procedures at implant insertion
- the Guided Bone Regeneration as a reliable technique to house the implant and provide aesthetics
- the use of biphasic bone substitutes and slow resorbing membranes to prevent post-extraction bone resorption and support soft tissue healing.
Release date: 2015-11-17 | Expiration date: 2018-11-17
Regeneration for aesthetic satisfaction: clinical realities is co-sponsored by Tribune Group GmbH. Tribune Group GmbH is a recognized ADA CERP and AGD PACE provider.