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Total Esthetic Reconstruction; A Phased Step by Step Approach

Description:
Most studies report a wait of between six weeks and three months before taking the impression and placement of any type of restoration. But if we manage adequate surgical protocol and include certain processes (subject of the study), we can have more predictable results in relation to the marginal stability in the medium and long term. We are showing Claudia's case she is 20 years old with a clear gummy smile and small teeth in proportion to her face to whom we practice periodontal plastic surgery on ten of her upper pieces from premolar to premolar and cemented her veneers three weeks after the surgical procedure. We also present part of the elaboration process of the indirect resin veneers by our laboratory.

Date Added:
11/5/2013

Author(s):

Kenneth P. Valladares, DDS, CDT Kenneth P. Valladares, DDS, CDT
Dr. Kenneth P. Valladares

Graduated from Central University College of Dentistry with DDS (Ecuador, 1995).

Certificate in Prosthodontics from IN...
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Questions & Comments
Howard Gluckman - (7/19/2017 4:12 PM)

beautiful work Kenneth

Lotta Carmelo860 - (7/19/2017 6:58 AM)

What's the time from surgery and final impression to make the final work?? Thanks Dr Lotta Carmelo (Padova)

Ashish Kaushal - (7/16/2017 7:23 AM)

Great case Master Kenneth.. thanks for sharing ur valuable knowledge sir. In cases where we have to cut 5-6 mm or more of gum tissue, in that scenario how to manage interdental papilla and underlying interdental bone.? Does the procedure remain the same I.e. We cut the the inteerdental bone and gingiva over it (interdental papilla) the same way as we do for the marginal gingival thereby maintaining 3 mm of biological width? Thanks

Dan Gafni - (7/27/2015 11:48 AM)

can you please also add to presentation suturing step and protocol?

Mohammad Khandaqji - (8/18/2014 11:24 PM)

Thank you, as always very impressive.

juan Carlos Castano Nieto - (4/10/2014 6:06 PM)

Muy bien presentado.

Osama Abdel Qader - (2/17/2014 6:55 AM)

I like the presentation about the biological width and crown elongation you made, for the veneers I think they are so white.... may be it is camera issue.... well done dr...

Kenneth Valladares - (11/9/2013 11:01 AM)

It´s because of the cost, although composite veneers also have very good durability Paul Boulos

Kenneth Valladares - (11/9/2013 10:50 AM)

I waited just three weeks to the impression, because if we manage an adequate surgical protocol and include certain processes (subject of the study), we can have more predictable results in relation to the marginal stability in the medium and long term Albert

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