From Periodontal Regeneration to Tooth Extraction for Periodontal Reason. The Nightmare of Peri-Implant Papilla
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> Which are the prognostic factors for the success of the regenerative therapy?
> Which are the criteria to determine whether to maintain a tooth with an infrabony defect or extract it?
> How to reconstruct the perimplant papilla once it has been lost before or after tooth/ teeth extraction?
The outcomes of the regenerative therapy in the estheticarea are not only the resolution of the intrabony defect but also the improvement of soft tissue esthetic appearance.
The proposed procedure combining a papilla preservation technique with a connective tissue graft below the coronally advanced flap to act as the buccal “soft tissue wall” of the intrabony defect treated with amelogenin increase the blood clot stability in order to obtain periodontal regeneration and improve the esthetic result.
Soft tissue prognostic factor influencing the selection criteria for regenerative therapy or tooth extraction will be discussed
Healing after tooth extraction for periodontal reason is accompanied by substantial resorption of the alveolar ridge. Such changes are of particular relevance in the esthetic
zone because they make the replacement of teeth and the reconstruction of dento–facial harmony challenging. A soft tissue approach for implant placement in esthetic area of tooth extracted for periodontal disease will be described in details. The connective tissue platform is an advanced mucogingival techniques which allows to augment both the apical-coronal and buccal-lingual of single and multiple edentulous sites.
This technique will be presented step by step to solve challenging cases in the implant rehabilitation in the aesthetic area especially in the case of perimplant papilla reconstruction.
The Lectures, Live OP and workshops will take place at the Zucchelli Institute, Bologna, Italy