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Figure 1: (a) Crestal incision that would be given palatal to the implants with buccal releasing incisions and completed with the full-thickness flap delineation leaving proximal interdental papillae untouched. (b) All tissues buccal to the crestal incision would be labially repositioned and Implant cover screws would later be removed and replaced by healing abutments. (c) A sharp, deep, internally beveled incision delineating a pediculated full-thickness palatal flap would be made and the Rotated palatal flap

Figure 1: (a) Crestal incision that would be given palatal to the implants with buccal releasing incisions and completed with the full-thickness flap delineation leaving proximal interdental papillae untouched. (b) All tissues buccal to the crestal incision would be labially repositioned and Implant cover screws would later be removed and replaced by healing abutments. (c) A sharp, deep, internally beveled incision delineating a pediculated full-thickness palatal flap would be made and the Rotated palatal flap