University of Turin, Italy
Title: Soft tissues around implants and teeth
Biography: Elias El Haddad
A reduced or non-existent keratinized mucosa around the natural teeth and around the implants can promote inflammation of the mucous membrane plaque, the risk of bone resorption, the soft tissue dehiscence and also the loss of clinical attack. Managing patient requests with success that meets function and esthetics in reconstructive periodontology is among the biggest challenges in dentistry. The restoration of the keratinized tissue around the natural teeth is a technique that guarantees excellent functional and aesthetic results, in the long term very predictable. Despite the controversies, which still exist today in the literature, the presence of a good quality and quantity of keratinized tissue around the implants is necessary to prevent inflammatory phenomena such as mucositis and periimplantitis. In this report the simplest surgical techniques will be examined. Safe clinical outcome at a distance, combined with various clinical cases of rehabilitations on natural elements and implants.
- E El Haddad1, D Lauritano, V Candotto and F Carinci (2016) Implant-Abutment leaking of the replace conical connection with the Nobel biocare implant system. An in vitro study of the microbiological penetration from the external environment to the implant-abutment space. Oral Implantol. 9(2): 76–82.