Soft tissue augmentation procedures for mucogingival defects in esthetic sites.

@article{Levine2014SoftTA,
  title={Soft tissue augmentation procedures for mucogingival defects in esthetic sites.},
  author={Robert A. Levine and Guy Huynh-Ba and David Lee Cochran},
  journal={The International journal of oral & maxillofacial implants},
  year={2014},
  volume={29 Suppl},
  pages={155-85}
}
PURPOSE This systematic review was performed to address the focus question: "In adult patients with soft tissue deficiencies around maxillary anterior implants, what is the effect on esthetic outcomes when a soft tissue procedure is performed?" In addition, this paper reviews the importance of presurgical esthetic risk assessment (ERA) starting with comprehensive team case planning prior to surgical intervention and a restorative-driven approach. MATERIALS AND METHODS A thorough Medline… CONTINUE READING

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