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Online Self-Study Continuing Education (CE) Course

Tissue Management as a Key to Esthetics Success Tissue Management as a Key to Esthetics Success

Continuing Education Credits:
1 CEU (Continuing Education Unit)

Course Presenter(s):
Lee Ann Brady, DMD


Date Added:
05/23/2012

Course Description:

Successful esthetic dentistry begins with planning, but depends on the execution. At many stages during the treatment plan our success will depend on tissue management. The way we handle the gingival tissues during preparation, retraction and placement of the restoration can lead to perfect pink esthetics or set us up for inflammation or recession. This webinar will look at techniques for tissue management that support producing exquisite esthetic results. We will begin by looking at ways to protect the gingival tissues during tooth preparation, minimizing the trauma that can lead to apical migration of the gingival crest and black triangles. One of the weakest links in restorative success is impression taking. Excellent impressions depend on tissue health and management , and allow fabrication of a restoration that supports ongoing tissue health after cementation. Often the removal of gingival tissue is indicated for esthetics or restorative access. The timing and method of performing the gingivectomy greatly impact both the timing and predictability of healing.

Learning Objectives:

Continuing Education Course Modules
1 Tissue Management for Exquisite Esthetics
Successful esthetic dentistry begins with planning, but depends on the execution. At many stages during the treatment plan our success will depend on tissue management. The way we handle the gingival tissues during preparation, retraction and placement of the restoration can lead to perfect pink esthetics or set us up for inflammation or recession. This webinar will look at techniques for tissue management that support producing exquisite esthetic results. We will begin by looking at ways to protect the gingival tissues during tooth preparation, minimizing the trauma that can lead to apical migration of the gingival crest and black triangles. One of the weakest links in restorative success is impression taking. Excellent impressions depend on tissue health and management , and allow fabrication of a restoration that supports ongoing tissue health after cementation. Often the removal of gingival tissue is indicated for esthetics or restorative access. The timing and method of performing the gingivectomy greatly impact both the timing and predictability of healing.
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