3D vertical soft tissue augmentation of aesthetically compromised permanent submerged dental implants

3D vertical soft tissue augmentation of aesthetically compromised permanent submerged dental implants
Midfacial peri-implant soft tissue recession poses a significant challenge to achieving satisfactory aesthetic outcomes and requires a comprehensive, multidisciplinary ap- proach. The present study describes two challenging cases in which implants were aesthetically compromised. A predictable technique was employed to manage these cases by using the implant itself as a tent to achieve 3D horizontal and vertical soft tissue building, which resulted in improved patient satisfaction.

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