By Carl E. Misch
Flip to this new 3rd version for constant results on even your most intricate implant circumstances! World-renowned dental implantologist Carl E. Misch grants specialist suggestion and tips at the quite a few surgical ways to putting implants within the revision of his best-selling vintage. Over 1,000 full-color illustrations depict information of implants, similar fabrics, and surgeries, whereas famous members (Mohamed Sharawy, Martha Warren Bidez, Adriano Piatelli, and others) percentage a wealth of information of their respective fields. This 3rd variation presents an outstanding chance so you might enhance and refine your talents and adventure extra constant, predictable scientific outcomes.
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26): • Normal: complete filling of interdental embrasure  • Class I: papilla loss with the tip of interdental papilla between contact point and interproximal cementoenamel junction  • Class II: papilla loss with the tip of interdental papilla lying apically to the interproximal CEJ, but coronally to the buccal CEJ  • Class III: when the papilla loss extends at the level or apical to buccal CEJ  A number of studies analyzed the anatomical factors that may influence the presence or absence of interdental papilla in healthy subjects [39–45].