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Conservative Form and Space Management in Anterior Implants, Veneers and Esthetic Therapy - Part 1 of 2

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In this 1st of a 2 part presentation, Dr. Christian Coachman, a ceramist from Brazil, shares conservative methods of overcoming esthetic challenges in anterior restorations involving implant therapy. Achieving optimal esthetics and smile design through special emphasis on form and space management is thoroughly highlighted. The utilization of partial veneers and pink composite in this endeavor is particularly illuminating.

Date Added:
1/4/2011

Author(s):

Christian Coachman, DDS, CDT Christian Coachman, DDS, CDT
Dr. Christian Coachman graduated in Dentistry at the University of São Paulo/Brazil in 2002 and in Dental Technology in 1995. He is a member of the Brazilian Academy of...
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Questions & Comments
Band Ditto64 - (12/22/2013 7:58 PM)

Very impressive lecture by Christian Coachman on Conservative Esthetic Dentistry and the role of digital design. thanks and see you in Miami at your Hands-on Course next June. Band

Jeffrey Sims - (11/29/2013 9:08 PM)

Very fine presentation Christian. I like the way you processed this treatment plan and the outcome was teriffic and outwardly simple but not simple to say the least. Perhaps in other cases like this, I would also like to see the outcome of ortho extusion but by no means am I criticizing this wonderful outcome.

Maurice Salama - (11/28/2013 9:23 AM)

Christian; Was orthodontic extrusion attempted on the last case?? I didn't seem that you displayed that in your slides. I think in a HIGH lip line case ortho may have been the treatment of choice as it would have been more difficult to hide the pink transition line. Yes, it does take more time and sometimes we don't get all that we need as you said but it's worth a chance as you have little to lose if you explain to the patient. Afterall, the teeth were extracted anyway. I think Sharon had a good idea here. Good to se you here in Atlanta.

Maurice Salama - (11/28/2013 9:21 AM)

Maurice Salama - (4/3/2011 8:12 AM) Christian; Was orthodontic extrusion attempted on the last case?? I didn't seem that you displayed that in your slides. I think in a HIGH lip line case ortho may have been the treatment of choice as it would have been more difficult to hide the pink transition line. Yes, it does take more time and sometimes we don't get all that we need as you said but it's worth a chance as you have little to lose if you explain to the patient. Afterall, the teeth were extracted anyway. I think Sharon had a good idea here. Good to se you here in Atlanta.

Maurice Salama - (4/3/2011 8:12 AM)

Christian; Was orthodontic extrusion attempted on the last case?? I didn't seem that you displayed that in your slides. I think in a HIGH lip line case ortho may have been the treatment of choice as it would have been more difficult to hide the pink transition line. Yes, it does take more time and sometimes we don't get all that we need as you said but it's worth a chance as you have little to lose if you explain to the patient. Afterall, the teeth were extracted anyway. I think Sharon had a good idea here. Good to se you here in Atlanta.

christian coachman - (4/1/2011 9:10 PM)

Also thank you Sam.

christian coachman - (4/1/2011 9:09 PM)

Thanks Sharon, I'm glad you enjoyed it! Orthodontic eruption can be a good option but, as you mentioned, it takes time and some times it doesn't work exactly as we expected. Actually on the last case eruption was tried and it didn't work as expected making the case even more challenging. About the provisional, which case are you mentioning exactly?

sharon goodwin - (1/9/2011 6:32 AM)

Excellent presentation Dr Coachman thank you!.Did you not consider orthodontic eruption even though it makes the treatment more complex to attain more vertical ridge and soft tissue height and perhaps to remove the amalgam tatoo in the soft tissue? How did you provisionalise the anterior implant bridge case (#21 and #22) after surgery until final restoration?Did you make an essix splint with teeth immediately (for how long would they wear the essix splint) and then a provisional bridge for 3 months to allow soft tissue maturation? If the patient has a high lip line how would you have managed the surgery?
Thank you very much.

Sam Busich - (1/8/2011 11:02 AM)

Esthetic Principles well described by Dr. Coachman. A thumbs up presentation. Very detailed and each step well supported by beautiful clinical photography. Compliments. Sam

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