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

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In this 2nd 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:
1/7/2011

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
Maurice Salama - (3/13/2014 8:37 AM)

Great Stuff br Christian Coachman on Minimally Invasive Cosmetic Restorative Dentistry!!! Well done. Dr. Salama

Jeffrey Sims - (1/17/2014 4:07 PM)

Great presentation Christian! Once again I will say, a great ceramist makes us Docs look really good!

Ashwath Gowda - (1/7/2011 5:03 PM)

In the First case, droping the incisal edge by 5mm does not appear to be a good treatment plan(executed). A 3.5mm to 4mm drop for(correcting reverse smile line) would have produced better results.
What is not acceptable as currently being performed is "tooooo long" centrals...where in it was "avoidable(shorter)" for "even better results". Is it a normal overbite to be 2.5mm to 3mm? Also, no veneer on #6 and re-shaping incisal of #11 would have been much more appropriate. This comment is about the very first case in this series.

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