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Influence of the 3-D bone-to-implant relationship on esthetics.

@article{Grunder2005InfluenceOT,
  title={Influence of the 3-D bone-to-implant relationship on esthetics.},
  author={Ueli Grunder and Stefano Gracis and Matteo Capelli},
  journal={The International journal of periodontics \& restorative dentistry},
  year={2005},
  volume={25 2},
  pages={
          113-9
        }
}
There are biologic limits of the soft tissue dimension around implants; therefore, the limiting factor for the esthetic result of implant therapy is the bone level at the implant site. Clinicians must focus on the 3-D bone-to-implant relationship to establish the basis for an ideal and harmonic soft tissue situation that is stable over a long period. In some situations, missing bone is a limiting factor for esthetics; in others, it is possible to regenerate new bone around implants. As a… Expand
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