The Importance of Peri-implant Tissue and Prosthesis in Implant Dentistry
When it comes to implant dentistry, peri-implant soft tissue and implant abutments are crucial components for success. Achieving two primary objectives, including creating a protective seal and optimizing soft tissue appearance, is essential for implant-supported restorations. In this webinar, titled “The Importance of Peri-implant Tissue and Prosthesis in Implant Dentistry,” Dr. Oscar Gonzalez-Martin explains the significance of macroscopic prosthesis design and material selection, along with surface characteristics, to achieve these objectives.
Creating a protective seal around the implant abutment is one of the essential objectives of implant-supported restorations. A seal not only helps prevent bacterial infiltration but also maintains the implant’s stability. However, it is equally necessary to focus on soft tissue appearance. It is even more challenging to achieve this objective in the anterior area, where the soft tissue is more visible.
Dr. Gonzalez-Martín covers several topics in this 56-minute webinar, including critical and subcritical contour concepts. He also explains the role of provisional modifications in achieving desirable soft tissue appearances. Such modifications include gingival margin level, gingival architecture, and gingival color.
Staying up-to-date with the latest methods and research related to peri-implant tissue and prosthesis is an absolute must for implant dentists. This webinar presents an excellent opportunity to learn about the critical role that macroscopic prosthesis design, material selection, and surface characteristics play in successful implant-supported restorations.
If you’re looking to improve your implant dentistry knowledge and skills, sign up for this informative webinar presented by Dr. Oscar Gonzalez-Martin. You’ll gain practical insights and tips to achieve optimal peri-implant soft tissue and prosthesis outcomes.
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