Esthetics in a Diseased Periodontium - Tips & Tricks

Catalog Number:LOD-263-00

Authors: Dr. Giorgio Tabanella

CE Credits: 1

Running Time: 70 min



Periodontal tissue destruction related to periodontitis, trauma, biologic width violation, mucogingival deformities as well as iatrogenic dentistry may lead to multiple tooth loss. The rehabilitation of neighbouring teeth in aesthetically demanding areas when associated with advanced soft and hard tissue loss may represent a surgical and aesthetic clinical challenge.

Preservation or creation of a soft tissue scaffold needed to create the illusion of a natural tooth is often difficult to achieve when the potential for tissue regeneration is reduced. Furthermore the placement of a dental implant in the aesthetic zone with neighbouring teeth with a damaged periodontium can be a real difficult task especially when there is no room for error: the diagnosis will lead clinicians to the correct way of treating patients.

Release: 12/20/2014 | Expires: 12/20/2017

Release Date: December 21, 2014


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