Understand the importance of soft tissue grafting around teeth & implants
Observe the evolution in STG techniques. Choose the right technique depending on the
clinical situation: the importance of the diagnosis
How to harvest a CTG and FGG
Biomaterials as an alternative to CTGs
Selection of the area to harvest a CTG depending of our clinical goal
Evidence based results: which is the most predictable technique for single and multiple recessions?
What is the ideal size and position for a CTG?
How to suture a CTG ? Understand the microsurgical approach
Why MIP: Minimally Invasive Procedures can improve the predictability of our results
Keypoints to get a predictable result with STGs around implants
Goals for the CTG around implants
How to manage implant complications with STG techniques and a MIP
Other Indications for STG techniques in Prosthodontics & Implant Dentistry
What is the necessary torque of a single implant placed immediately in the maxilla in
order to load it ?
Why a flapless surgery is a better approach?
Is it predictable to place immediate implants in Type 2 Sockets ?
Why is it so important to graft the buccal area of the anterior implants
with connective tissue?
When can I avoid to use a connective tissue graft ?
Can I perform GBR procedures at the same time I do Immediate implant placement and loading?:
What is the advantage of digital dentistry when applied to IIPlacement and IILoading?
16h:00m - 18h:00m
“Soft Tissue Management around Implants: from a single tooth to a full arch rehabilitation”
The lecture will be focused in the main determinants to consider in order to achieve an excellent esthetic and functional result in implant dentistry. A periodontal approach will be discussed to understand the importance of reconstructing the hard and soft tissues before creating the ideal emergence profile of the future restoration.