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Reabilitação fixa em zona estética após extrusão ortodôntica de um dente periodontalmente comprometido Reabilitação fixa em zona estética após extrusão ortodôntica de um dente periodontalmente comprometido

Author(s):

Miguel Stanley, DDS;Ricardo Vieira Alho, Joao Amaral

Date Added:

4/15/2010


Summary:

Todos gostaríamos de poder colocar sempre os nossos implantes dentários em condições ideais. Rebordo alveolar adequado, distância segura aos limites anatómicos, tecidos moles em quantidade e qualidade, espaço intermaxilar suficiente, etc. Mas em Medicina Dentária, estas situações são excepções, e se as condições não existem, há que tentar criá-las. Enxertos ósseos e de tecidos moles, cirurgias mucogengivais, ortodontia, distracção óssea, implantes curtos ou angulados... todos tempo de tratamento versus resultado final é, por vezes, um dilema: damos a rapidez ao doente, ou procuramos o melhor resultado possível, recorrendo, se necessário, a outras especialidades da medicina dentária, para além da Implantologia, Periodontologia e Reabilitação Oral? O caso clínico que apresentamos é um trabalho simples, de extrusão ortodôntica, para criar um perfil ósseo e gengival mais estético antes da reabilitação com um implante dentário em zona estética.

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