A Technique for Restoring Class V Caries in Primary Canines
Fred Margolis, DDS
Gingival Zenith Positions and Levels of the Maxillary Anterior Dentition
The information presented in this article can be clinically applied to reestablish the proper
intratooth GZPs of the maxillary anterior teeth during periodontal crown lengthening or root
coverage procedures. In addition, the intra-arch gingival level of the lateral incisor gingival
zenith relative to the adjacent central and canine teeth can be appropriately established.
Treating Abnormal Frenum Attachments in Infants
Ankyloglossia (tongue-tie) is a relatively common condition in newborns. Affected infants have difficulty latching onto the breast nipple and thus have inadequate milk transfer, and subsequent maternal nipple pain, resulting in untimely weaning. An abnormal maxillary labial frenum may prevent proper latching onto the breast nipple, also preventing the infant to obtain adequate breast milk. The author will illustrate using case reports how the frenectomy procedure can be performed utilizing an Erbium laser.
Esthetic Restoration of Discolored Primary Incisors
restoring primary teeth can be a strenuous task for many dentists who would like to have an esthetic, easy-to-use and relatively quick restoration for children. but, the restoration of carious, fractured or discolored primary incisors gives the dentist the satisfaction of knowing that he/she has restored the smile and self-confidence of a growing child. this article describes a technique which is relatively easy and produces a beautiful outcome in a relatively short time. the author has used the…
Esthetic Dentistry for Tots & Teens - Part 1
Techniques for restoring children's teeth esthetically.
Pediatric Esthetic Dentistry for Teens: Part 2
The clinical application of different matrix systems that are extremely useful in composite restorative therapy for teens.
Techniques for Treating Pediatric and Special Needs Patients – Part 2
Assessing and managing various behavior patterns encountered in pediatric and special needs patients.
Pediatric Esthetic Dentistry for Teens: Do Not Miss Treating The Future Gens' Smiles
An expert discusses easy-to-implement clinical applications for teens that fully meets the esthetic needs of this dental practice population.
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