Three steps to maintain predictable interdental papilla and gingiva emergence profiles in immediate implant placement. A 3-year follow-up case report
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Three steps to maintain predictable interdental papilla and gingiva emergence profiles in immediate implant placement. A 3-year follow-up case report

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Gómez Meda, Ramón; Montoya Salazar, Vanessa; Dalmau, Santiago; Torres Lagares, Daniel
This document is a artículo publicadoDate2018

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We present a case that describes a three-step clinical technique to provide guidelines to replace fractured teeth with immediate implant placement using the same dental structure as a temporary crown and a regenerative approach. This approach predictably maintains the interdental papilla and gingiva emergence profile to ensure a favorable cosmetic result. A 3-year follow-up has shown good clinical outcomes and stability in crestal bone levels. Consequently, this is an innovative way to do temporary crown and design restorations in everyday clinical practice.

    Gómez Meda, Ramón ; Montoya Salazar, Vanessa ; Dalmau, Santiago ; Torres Lagares, Daniel. Three steps to maintain predictable interdental papilla and gingiva emergence profiles in immediate implant placement. A 3-year follow-up case report. En: Journal of Clinical and Experimental Dentistry, 10 5 2018: 513-519
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