The connection between implant and abutment is present on the entire implant line, depending on the diameter of the flaring required, respectively 3.5 mm or 5 mm. An emergence profile is also available, which ensures a more rounded connection without sharp corners, creating a greater space for mucosa anchoring. This profile which guarantees conditioning of the soft tissues is contemplated on the whole prosthetic range, from healing screws right up to the final abutments.
The importance of the correct management of soft tissue is essential to obtain predictability in implantology and periodontology surgery, especially when regenerative techniques are applied. To obtain clinical success, we should consider two factors: the choice and the correct execution of the most indicated flap for the specific type of intervention that is planned, and the most adequate suturing technique. Furthermore, the importance of the keratinized gingiva around dental implants has been demonstrated to obtain long-term stability, with reduced in the risk of peri-implantitis, often obtainable simply by handling properly soft tissue during implant placement, or in the second surgical phase.