Tissue vs. Bone Level Implant: Which One Do I Use and Why?

Date: Tuesday, May 21, 2024
Time: 6:00pm-7:00pm CST
Venue: Zoom
City: Webinar
Country: USA
Tuiton: Free
Number of Credits: 1 CE Credit Hour
Language: EN

Course Details

Supracrestal Tissue Adhesion (STAd) is an important factor when selecting tissue or bone level implants, as it affects marginal bone loss. For bone level implants, it is recommended that vertical implant platform allows for at least 3mm STAd to prevent bone loss. Conversely, tissue level implants can achieve 3mm STAd through a polished collar and additional abutment height. This presentation will cover the appropriate placement of tissue and bone level implants to achieve optimal STAd. Educational Objectives:
  • Know the concept of Supracrestal Tissue Adhesion
  • Learn how to properly placed tissue or bone level implants

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