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Crown Lengthening in the Management of the Posterior Periodontal-Restorative Interface

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This video post outlines the sequential treatment of a reconstruction requiring posterior crown lengthening to optimize the esthetic periodontal-restorative interface.

Date Added:
5/21/2015

Author(s):

Eiji Furuichi, DDS, PhD Eiji Furuichi, DDS, PhD
Eiji Furuichi ,DDS , PhD

In 1992 he graduated from Osaka Dental University .Osaka ,Japan. In 1998 he started his private practice "Furuichi Dental Clinic"i...
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Questions & Comments
Maurice Salama - (6/3/2015 8:05 AM)

Eiji; Outstanding Case Management both Periodontally and Restoratively. Well done and welcome to the DentalXP Family of Xperts. Well deserved. regards Maurice

Yasushi Mitarai - (6/2/2015 11:08 PM)

Go EIJI, Goooooooooooo!

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