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Commentary and Case Presentations on Intraoral Plastic Surgeries and Tissue Managements Around Teeth and Implants

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Abstract

Aesthetic is one of the main issues that patients are seeking for throughout their treatment, and proper soft tissue management is one of the most crucial factors that influence the final outcome and the long-term stability of the results.

Recessions and soft tissue deformities, soft tissue defects, soft tissue collapses after tooth extractions, and others are all critical to properly plan for correction and reconstructions through surgical and prosthetic phases.

Clinician should plan all the steps prior to treatment and follow each step with maximum precision in execution.

In this chapter three comprehensive cases will be reviewed step by step through their surgical and prosthetic phases, and the importance of soft tissue management and reconstruction will be discussed.

Keywords

  • Intraoral plastic surgery
  • Tissue management
  • Implant
  • Aesthetic
  • Recession
  • Soft tissue deformity
  • Soft tissue collapse

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Moghaddas, O., Meda, R.G. (2021). Commentary and Case Presentations on Intraoral Plastic Surgeries and Tissue Managements Around Teeth and Implants. In: Keyhan, S.O., Fattahi, T., Bagheri, S.C., Bohluli, B., Amirzade-Iranaq, M.H. (eds) Integrated Procedures in Facial Cosmetic Surgery. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-46993-1_73

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