Perspectives on esthetics in implant dentistry.

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Esthetic outcomes are related more to soft tissue volume and adaptation than to implant components. A preoperative understanding of the influence and inter-relationship of bone volume, soft tissue volume and contours, attainable augmentation goals, and the achievable realistic restorative results is important. This article shows the application of routine… (More)

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@article{Sullivan2001PerspectivesOE, title={Perspectives on esthetics in implant dentistry.}, author={Robert M. Sullivan}, journal={Compendium of continuing education in dentistry}, year={2001}, volume={22 8}, pages={685-92; quiz 694} }