Prosthetic Management of Periodontal and Peri-Implant Tissues

DL Credits
200

Duration
02:24 hours

85 EUR

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Learning Objectives:

Understanding the biology of the periodontal tissues and of the peri-implant tissues important for the restorative dentist.

Knowing the restorative clinical procedures to be performed around teeth in the esthetic zone, with specific interest on tooth preparation, definitive impression and provisionalization.

Knowing the restorative clinical procedures to be performed around implants in the esthetic zone, with specific interest on ovate pontics, provisionalization and definitive impression.

Understanding a rational to select the best materials for the definitive esthetic restorations, both on teeth and on implants.

Abstract:

This presentation will focus on the restorative details that enhance the natural gingival esthetic result on restorations supported by teeth and by dental implants.

The interaction of the prosthesis with the supracrestal tissues, both on teeth and on implants will be discussed looking at biology, gingival architecture, margins design and margin positioning, morphologies of restorative profiles, materials and clinical procedures.

Analogue and digital workflows will be discussed.

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