11. Clinical realities of implant restoration in aesthetic zone… Dr Aldo Leopardi


Thursday 2nd May, 1:45 PM – 2:30 PM, HALL D

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In the partially edentulous patient, achieving functionally acceptable treatment outcomes is often realized. However, when tooth replacement is required in the aesthetic zone, the additional challenge of meeting both patient and clinician aesthetic expectations may prove to be an exponential one. The purpose of this presentation is to discuss the literature and clinical realities of dental implant therapy and complications and how we can apply what we learn toward improved aesthetic zone treatment planning and clinical procedures.

Learning Outcomes:

Understand common complications and pitfalls.
Have an improved understanding of dental implant treatment planning in the aesthetic zone, especially when missing multiple anterior teeth.
Discuss immediate provisionalization alternatives.
Discuss current workflow utilizing guided surgery to help achieve improved outcomes

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