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Poster no. 2 Dr. Abhishek Mistry

Poster no. 2 Dr. Abhishek Mistry

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  • 1. Deficient Tissues- Efficient Solutions! Implants today, have become an ever increasing choice by patients as a tooth replacement option. However, soft tissue deficiencies are one of the challenges that may develop post implant placement. This poster presents cases of the various soft tissue corrective options for horizontal defects seen post implant placementSlide No. 1 Dr. Abhishek.R.Mistry Poster No.2
  • 2. Pre operative condition Case 1 Case 2 Occlusal view after stage-one Occlusal view after stage-oneimplant surgery implant surgeryNote the deficient soft tissue on Note the deficient soft tissue onbuccal aspect buccal aspect of molar Slide No. 2 Dr. Abhishek.R.Mistry Poster No.2
  • 3. Case 1 Surgical phase Case 2 A buccal mini-pedicle flap outlined the platform Beveled palatal of the implant at the incision maxillary right first molar site and was 1 mm wider than the diameter of the underlying implant platform. It wasFacial view: then de-epithelialized“Trap-door”incision of the Full-thicknessocclusal tissue flap elevation extended to the buccal aspect of Palatal view of the implant site the folded occlusal tissue Mini-pedicle flap rolledFlap repositioned and underneath thesutured to its original buccal pouchposition Slide No. 3 Dr. Abhishek.R.Mistry Poster No.2
  • 4. Post operative pictures Case 1 Case 2 Occlusal view 6 months aftersurgery Occlusal view 2 weeks after surgeryPostoperative buccal view12 months after Occlusal view 3 months after surgerysurgery Slide No. 4 Dr. Abhishek.R.Mistry Poster No.2
  • 5. Conclusion Horizontally deficient soft tissue is a frequent problem encountered following extraction which can compromise esthetics. Use of various soft tissue augmentation techniques after implant placement are an effective treatment options to compensate for loss of labial soft tissue volume and to maintain good esthetic results over time. References/ Cases sourced from:1. Int J Periodontics Restorative Dent 2012;32:187-932. Int J Periodontics Restorative Dent 2012;32:e116 - e121 Slide No. 5 Dr. Abhishek.R.Mistry Poster No.2