One of the most dramatic situations in our daily practice is to have patients that complain about an implant in the aesthetic zone that does not meet their expectations. One of the most common complications is the presence of a peri-implant buccal soft tissue dehiscence.
This kind of complication is multifactorial and in some cases avoidable.
In this article, you will find a video and also an infographic that will guide through this common complication and some recommendations to avoid it based on the article published in 2019 by Sanz Martin.
Before we start with the video:
And now the infographic:Copy of Copy of Copy of Copy of Impact of the implant position on the Buccal Soft Tissue Dehiscences by Francisco Teixeira Barbosa
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