Correction of gingival recession after the implant

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Posted on By Ruslan Khatit In Soft Tissue Enhancement

Correction of gingival recession after the implant restored.
4 years after implantation
Three stages.

4 years after implantation
first correction

second correction
third correction


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5 Comments

Ruslan. Great case! Over contoured abutments are a frequent problem. Did you re contour the existing abutment or replace with a new one at the final stage? Thank you for sharing. Chuck


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Thank you Chuck. We have changed the abutment. Made it more flat in front of


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Great recovery. Tissue is the Issue. Nice crown lengthening on adjacent teeth to achieve better gingival symmetry and tooth proportions. Thanks for sharing. Dr. Salama


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Ruslan It's magnificent result )


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Any updates on this case? Any tissue recession since the original post ops? Thanks Dr. Salama


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