In order to obtain a predictable and stable aesthetic outcome in frontal implants, many are the rules that help to achieve the desired result. Researchers are worldwide investigating how to manage the main variables that affect tissue maturation around implants during the time. This presentation will be analyzed the complex interactions between these factors focusing especially on tissue biology and clinical observations both from a surgical and prosthodontic point of view. The wide focus will be given to the immediate loading scenario in the aesthetic zone, according to specific limits and indications and taking care about the emergence profile managing in order to gain good control of the final result and its stability upon a time.
- Immediate load principles
- Biologic rules for optimal positioning
- Soft tissue development managing
- Prosthodontic managing and contouring
- Interaction between shapes and biology