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By Andre P. Saadoun

This is a step-by-step advisor to luck in periodontics and implant dentistry, assisting clinicians to create a typical and esthetically entertaining smile for his or her sufferers. beginning with a normal dialogue of facial esthetics and reading the dento-gingival elements of the smile, the e-book is going directly to give some thought to the influence of those on people’s caliber of existence, either by way of well-being and social engagement. next chapters specialize in particular esthetic remedies equivalent to crown lengthening approaches, gingival recession insurance with connective tissue grafts or periodontal regenerative fabric, and delicate tissue administration for traditional tooth and implants.

Highly illustrated with an abundance of assisting photos, Esthetic smooth Tissue administration of tooth and Implants is an important spouse for periodontists and different dental experts, in addition to complicated basic dentists with an curiosity in esthetic periodontics and implant dentistry.


  • Provides useful insurance of an enormous and hard ability in periodontics and implant dentistry
  • Emphasizes the esthetic renovation of the ordinary dentition in addition to implants
  • Includes a complete assessment of literature on those topics
  • Contains many top of the range complete colour scientific photographs
  • Written by way of an across the world popular professional within the field

Chapter 1 advent (pages 1–4): Andre P. Saadoun
Chapter 2 to grin or to not smile (pages 5–12): Andre P. Saadoun
Chapter three The esthetics of the face (pages 13–19): Andre P. Saadoun
Chapter four The dentoalveolar gingival unit (pages 20–65): Andre P. Saadoun
Chapter five Esthetic periodontal therapy (pages 66–101): Andre P. Saadoun
Chapter 6 Esthetic Implant remedy (pages 102–159): Andre P. Saadoun
Chapter 7 end (pages 160–163): Andre P. Saadoun

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2006), in comparison with the nongrafted sites, the dimensions of the alveolar process, as well as the profile of the ridge, were better preserved in Bio-Oss® grafted sites. The patient gains a significant benefit from receiving osteoconductive Bio-Oss® grafting material at the time of the extraction, with the loss of less than 20% of the buccal plate in 80% of cases. 13 (d) The alveolar socket immediately after extraction. (e) A Bio-Oss® Collagen block in the alveolar socket. (f) An X-ray 3 months after the alveolar socket has healed, showing the Bio-Oss® graft.

1). The presence of an adequate zone of keratinized mucosa was thought to be necessary for the maintenance of gingival health and to prevent the progression of periodontal disease. Lang and Loë (1972) suggested a width of at least 2 mm of keratinized mucosa, of which 1 mm was to be attached. , 1985). Restoration on natural teeth has supra-, juxta-, or intrasulcular cervical limits and, in general, the gingival profile dictates the prosthetic emergence profile. Subgingival restorations around teeth tend to recede over time (Valderhaug, 1980) and this phenomenon has been confirmed by Stetler and Bissada (1987), who reported that a narrow zone of keratinized mucosa in teeth with subgingival restorations is associated with a higher chance of gingival inflammation; this can be extrapolated to implant crown restorations.

2009). , 2011): • • • The quantity of keratinized gingiva is measured from the free gingival margin (FGM) to the mucogingival line, and is present in excessive (Type I-B) or limited (Type II-B) quantities. The distance obtained by sounding from the bone crest to the gingival margin is less than 1 mm. The alveolar bone crest is located at the teeth’s cemento-enamel junction. Summary In conclusion, the gingival smile can result from various abnormalities (skeletal, muscular, dental, and physiological), and often a combination of several factors.

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