Esthetics in implant restorations are made by alveolar bone, thickness of soft-tissue and the shape of the crown. In het this lecture we will go in to the planning detail of teeth which are irrational to treat in the anterior maxilla. By using a 3D planning, it is possible to have a clear navigation in the bone with free handed drilling. If the implant are positioned correctly, the best result will come if we can preserve the hard and soft-tissue by means of a transitional crown. After this transition, a ceramic implant crown on a titanium abutment can be made to restore esthetically.
– Learn the value of CBCT and 3D planning
– Correct positioning of implants
– How to drill in a fresh extraction socket
– Shaping of the cervical and emergence profile
Irfan Abas is a postgraduate of a 4-year program in Oral Implantology and Restorative Dentistry from the University of Nijmegen, the Netherlands. Besides his private practice near Amsterdam, he is also an author and editor for a Dutch Dental Magazine and has published nine articles. As a lecturer in Clinical Implantology and Restorative Dentistry he had more than 35 lectures all around in 2019. In 2016 he became a MINEC Knight. Last year he started his private oral surgery and implantology course: The Abas Implant Academy.