Interdisciplinary Management of Single-Tooth Implants
Vincent G. Kokich, Sr., DDS, MSD;Frank M. Spear, DDS, MSD, David P. Matthews, DDS
Occlusal Vertical Dimension: Alteration Concerns
Courtesy of Inside Dentistry
Orthodontic Treatment as a Prelude to Dental Implant-Supported Restorations
The endosseous dental implant has steadily progressed to become an important modality of restoring incomplete dentitions in fully or partially edentulous patients. Osteointegrated dental implants have demonstrated relatively high success rates in both the maxillary and mandibular jaws. The American Academy of Implant Dentistry (AAID), the American Dental Association (ADA) and numerous other professional organizations have endorsed the placement of osteointegrated dental implants as a viable and…
Diagnosis and Treatment Planning for Predictable Gingival Correction of Passive Eruption
While the need to maintain a dry operative field has traditionally caused complications during various soft tissue surgical procedures, the use of bipolar electrosurgical techniques can eliminate the need to maintain a dry field, thus increasing the clinician's ability to deliver predictable, long-term results. This case presentation describes how to determine the presence of passive eruption, treatment plan its correction, and surgically alter the gingiva to provide a more aesthetic smile. Upon…
Periodontally Accelerated Osteogenic Orthodontics - Part 2
The advantages of periodontally accelerated osteogenic orthodontics.
The Merger of Orthodontics with Cosmetic Dentistry
As orthodontists, we don’t do laminates. But when we are finishing a case, sometimes the smile just doesn't “look right”. But not all our patients either want or can afford laminates. Not all even need them to get a great smile. So, what principles can we learn from the cosmetic dentists and use in our orthodontic cases? Apparently quite a lot! In this presentation, Dr. Sarver will illustrate finishing procedures such as reshaping contacts, connectors, embrasures, and even soft tissue contouring with lasers to achieve that next level of smile presentation in your orthodontic cases.
Case Report-Class II, Division 1
Dr. Barry Matza presents a case on an adult patient where he uses orthodontics to create spaces for
Assessment and Treatment in Dentofacial Esthetics: A Comprehensive Global Perspective
Dr. Sarver will present a different system of esthetic classification which is made up of three major components: Macroesthetics (the facial appearance), Miniesthetics (the smile) and Miniesthetics (the teeth and gingival scaffold). We will cover a systematic analysis of the face, smile, and teeth and how they interact, adding a new and rewarding dimension to your approach to treatment planning and treatment outcomes.
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