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Reconstruccion Protesica Gingival Reconstruccion Protesica Gingival

Author(s):

Dr. Julián Jaramillo Botero

Date Added:

5/23/2013


Summary:

La apariencia saludable del tejido circundante y su arquitectura son componentes esenciales para lograr la estética dental. Para crear el efecto de DENTICION NATURAL, es indispensable que el tejido gingival, se vea similar al de los de los dientes circundantes. La cirugía periodontal, siempre y cuando sea predecible es y ha sido un tratamiento de elección, previo a la colocación de la prótesis definitiva. Pero en algunos casos la cirugía es imposible o indeseable. La utilización de la CERAMICA ROSADA, es una solución para defectos gingivales, no solo donde la cirugía gingival no es posible, sino como un tratamiento opcional no quirúrgico o como primera opción.

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