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25-3 Correcting Soft Tissue Deficiencies Prior to Esthetic Dental Procedures
Adequate zones of attached, keratinized tissue are important for the periodontal health of the natural tooth system and surrounding bone.  This principle becomes more significant in periodontal/prosthetic and cosmetic dental procedures.  Additionally, in tooth replacement procedures, adequate zones of attached, keratinized tissue can lead to a healthy implant/gingival complex.


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