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Periodontal-Prosthesis in Modern Dentistry – Part 1 of 2

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Clinicians must be aware of patient expectations when planning dental treatment. When full mouth reconstruction is planned, it is very important to satisfy such expectations in order to provide successful treatment. Patients are often concerned about the cost and duration of treatment, and the pain, esthetics, comfort, and function after treatment. However, we cannot assure longevity unless the treatment has a scientific basis. During reconstruction or restoration, we generally remove and replace the existing crowns. Secondary caries are mostly detected on removal of these. Due to the caries, the ferrule and tooth thickness are not adequate; and frequently, the condition may not be suitable for prosthetic treatment. In such cases, we choose to extract the tooth or perform crown lengthening to retain the tooth.Thse days many teeth that we could retain by crown lengthening procedure are replaced by implants. In this presentation, we describe some cases in which a crown lengthening procedure had to be performed in anterior and posterior areas to retain the teeth, followed by soft tissue management and final esthetic restoration. The treatment plan, procedure, progress and results are presented here.

Date Added:
12/8/2016

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Eiji Furuichi, DDS, PhD Eiji Furuichi, DDS, PhD
Eiji Furuichi ,DDS , PhD

In 1992 he graduated from Osaka Dental University .Osaka ,Japan. In 1998 he started his private practice "Furuichi Dental Clinic"i...
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Questions & Comments
Maurice Salama - (12/11/2016 12:46 PM)

Simply outstanding blend of perio and prosthetic concepts that are becoming a lost art these days....go figure...savibg teeth is out of style??? He shows us it is still possible...

Eddie Salama352 - (12/10/2016 12:20 PM)

Much respect to Dr. Furuichi for an excellent presentation, the sharing of such content, and the courage to present it in English. Thank you Dentalxp is proud to call you an Expert.

Naheed Mohamed - (12/9/2016 10:18 AM)

Beautiful presentation. Great skill. Shows stable and esthetic results with perio-pros when done right. Much respect given. Thank you.

Fabrizio Zaccheo - (12/9/2016 8:59 AM)

Stunning presentation! "Non aggressive and clean" in every single surgical procedures like our great mentor taught us! Hope to see you again in Rome

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