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When natural dentition is combined with dental implants, treatment modalities become more complex due to anatomical differences. Blood supply, handling of the soft tissues, flap thickness, design, and tension are key elements to achieving a successful surgical outcome. These factors should be evaluated and controlled during the surgical intervention. Despite the control of these critical elements, the presence of soft and hard tissue deficiencies caused by improper therapies or clinical conditions will create some difficult tasks for the clinician in the way of seeking excellence. Not only will appropriate surgery brings successful outcomes, but also proper prosthetic procedures. Therefore, the healthy soft tissue interface and tooth-resembling emergence must be created by provisionalisation and is of utmost importance when the aesthetic outcome is the primary objective. In this presentation, critical elements and new perspectives of aesthetics implant therapy will be discussed.
- To identify the anatomic alterations following tooth extraction
- To emphasize the microsurgical soft tissue management
- To demonstrate the latest advancements for hard and soft-tissue reconstruction.
- To discuss the benefits of the soft tissue approach in implant therapy
- To implement the fundamentals of grafting procedures into the practice