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Non-Graft Management of Soft Tissue Deficiency For Dental Implants  


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A case demonstrating flap design using a medially-based incision for implant placement to correct buccal soft tissue deficiency without grafting. Together with a properly fabricated customized abutment and restoration, this simple technique allows development of buccal soft tissue for better aesthetics and hygiene maintenance.

1. Missing #30 with thin buccal soft tissue deficiency optical scan kazemi oral surgery

2. Missing #30 with thin buccal soft tissue deficiency clinical image kazemi oral surgery

3. Missing #30 with thin buccal soft tissue deficiency digital implant planning kazemi oral surgery

4. Missing #30 with thin buccal soft tissue deficiency lingual incision kazemi oral surgery

5. Missing #30 with thin buccal soft tissue deficiency guided implant placement kazemi oral surgery

6. Missing #30 with thin buccal soft tissue deficiency healing abutment kazemi oral surgery

7. Missing #30 with thin buccal soft tissue deficiency final implant x ray kazemi oral surgery

8. Missing #30 with thin buccal soft tissue deficiency final restoration occlusal kazemi oral surgery

9. Missing #30 with thin buccal soft tissue deficiency final restoration buccal kazemi oral surgery

 

This topic was modified 12 months ago 2 times by Hamid Kazemi

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