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Managing Esthetic Implant Complications

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Dental implant success today is judged not only by osseointegration but also by bone, tissue stability and of course long term esthetic results. Cosmetic predictability can often be difficult to attain, and esthetic implant failures can be multifactorial and patient management issues. Once esthetic implant failures occur, many cannot be fully corrected. Some complications must be addressed by an interdisciplinary dental team. In this summary of case reports, surgical considerations are provided, including cases of facial asymmetry/recession due to facial implant placement or bone loss resulting from technique/treatment failures, as well as papillary deficiencies. Restorative considerations for correcting failures are also discussed.

Date Added:
8/7/2019

Author(s):

Maurice Salama, DMD Maurice Salama, DMD
Dr. Maurice A. Salama completed his undergraduate studies at the State University of New York at Binghamton in 1985, where he received his BS in Biology. Dr. Salama r...
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Questions & Comments
omer Akmal - (9/13/2019 5:00 PM)

great presentation doc. Any thoughts about what to do, if there is inadequate tuberosity, or fiberous palatal tissue? Should you even attempt alloderm grafts? or just do multiple autogenous grafts till you get the thickness you need?

Edward Karl - (9/12/2019 2:26 PM)

Super presentation which makes you think outside the box. Exactly what one would expect from Dental XP.

Haider Alalawy - (8/14/2019 6:37 AM)

Thanks for sharing experience Thinking out of the box is something I learned from this nice case reviews If we ( the patient ) wants to avoid the restorative work to the sound teeth and we have to go threw bone augmentation procedures for single implant space: 1. Which bone augmentation technique you prefer ? 2. Can we do bone and soft tissue augmentation at the same session ? Regards

Maurice Salama - (8/9/2019 11:36 AM)

Thank you for all the comments. I believe this lecture provides some real life clinical situations with potential causes and creative solutions. regards Dr. Salama

snjezana pohl - (4/30/2017 7:09 AM)

Great lecture, very much needed these days! Thank you!

Li Ting - (3/23/2017 1:15 PM)

Dear Dr Salama, I would be concerning that the submerged root could be source of infection in some people. Also I'm curious about how can the soft tissue grow so well to the top?

Maurice Salama - (3/22/2017 5:26 PM)

Edison; you are most welcome. Yes, we are seeing more and moe of these cases unfortunately and I hope this presentation carved out some ideas that we all can utilize to assist these patients. Dr. Salama

Edison Louie - (3/19/2017 6:31 PM)

Thank you, Maurice. We are always so appreciative of your sharing of current knowledge to address these complicated types of cases which are unfortunately becoming more commonplace.

Maurice Salama - (3/19/2017 2:27 PM)

Alessandro, thank you. You can stabilize tissues coronally utilizing composite resin anchored sutures like Homa Zadeh suggests or utilize vertical sling matrix sutures. regards my friend. Maurice

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