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Selecting prosthetic components in thick mucosa in the maxillary anterior region?

Last Updated October 29, 2019
Reviewed By:  OsseoNews Team

I have a new patient who presented with two dental implants in the maxillary anterior region way too deep. Patient does not want to return to the prior dentist. We were able to identify the brand of implant used. Now while considering the restorative phase, selection of the prosthetic components is quite difficult under the circumstances. How do I select a transmucosal healing abutment for this case? What kind of definitive abutment should I select? I do not want the finished product to show gum recession later which would severely compromise the aesthetics. What do you recommend?


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