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Coronally Advanced Envelope Flap - A Step-by-Step Video

Description:
In this step-by-step surgical video, Dr. Moura illustrates every aspect of the technique described by Zucchelli and De Sanctis known as the coronally advanced envelope flap. This procedure is utilized for treatment of multiple recession type defects in esthetically demanding patients. After a short technical overview, we will see a clinical case and discuss every detail of the treatment.

Date Added:
11/22/2016

Author(s):

Pedro Moura, DDS Pedro Moura, DDS
Dr. Pedro Moura has completed a degree in psychology and later on dental sciences.

He is a post graduate in implantology and periodontology.
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Questions & Comments
ENRIQUE TREVINO - (10/15/2018 12:47 PM)

Great video and very well explained, Thank You for sharing. Do You have any experience using ErCr:YSGG Laser to prepare root surface instead EDTA? Dr. E.T.

Maria Theresa Mendoza - (1/4/2018 5:21 AM)

Great presentation. Love it. Thank you for sharing.

Bashar imran - (1/1/2018 3:29 PM)

great work,,what do you use for photography

Bernardo Mira Correa - (4/24/2017 11:50 AM)

Great case and excellent presentation my friend!! Um abraço! Bernardo

pedro moura - (3/27/2017 7:49 PM)

Felipe Saliba, yes you can add a SCTG. Particularly when dealing with discoloured or bucally placed teeth.

Felipe Saliba - (12/17/2016 8:46 AM)

May I add a SCTG under this flap ???

Eric Pena - (12/11/2016 12:51 PM)

The visual and content presentation is well structured and informative. Thank you very much. Please give me a suggestion on what kind of camera was used in the presentation?

Günther Roessler - (12/2/2016 6:53 PM)

Excelent presentation! Great job

Naheed Mohamed - (12/1/2016 5:23 PM)

Beautiful presentation. Very modern and artistic!! Thank you

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