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Diagnosis, Planning, & Treatment of Altered Passive Eruption; From a Periodontists Perspective

Description:
This presentation will teach how to diagnose cases of altered passive eruption based on the radiographic evaluation (with periapical rx and CBCT) and how to plan and document a surgical procedure aimed to ‘uncover’ the beautiful and natural hidden enamel. In a world where esthetics is becoming more and more a concern a simple periodontal plastic surgical procedure can re-establish esthetic and balance to the patients affected by this condition.

Date Added:
8/8/2018

Author(s):

Roberto Rossi, DDS Roberto Rossi, DDS
Dr. Rossi graduated in Dentistry magna cum laude at the University of Genova. Started his career as a periodontist at Boston University Goldman School of G...
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Questions & Comments
Kurt Doolin - (8/8/2018 12:12 PM)

Beautiful work and beautifully presented. You are right, there are many patients in our practices that can benefit from this. Thank you, Dr. Rossi!

David Malakov - (2/25/2018 9:20 PM)

Great! Loved all the various cases with the step by step photos

Osama Abdel Qader - (2/3/2018 3:16 AM)

very nice clear presentation... I have an issue of Lip Repositioning Surgery... what about relapse ? I did it twice and I have good result within the 1st months then the lip pulled back to its original position... can you explain your technique ? specially about which muscles fibers to cut exactly ? or if you can make separate presentation about Lip Repositioning Surgery ? thank you

Vincenzo Foti - (9/8/2017 4:17 AM)

Great presentation as always!

Vincenzo Foti - (9/8/2017 4:15 AM)

Excellent lecture Roberto! Congrats!!

Roberto Rossi - (7/26/2017 3:33 AM)

Thanks Thanos

Thanos Ntounis - (7/15/2017 8:12 PM)

Bellisimo Roberto!! Grazie!

Roberto Rossi - (7/8/2017 2:28 AM)

Dear Thaer, yes the teeth are always prepared for veneer to maintain the original thickness even if the shape is different. Minimal prep but prep

Taher Sandougdh - (7/7/2017 6:29 PM)

dear doc. did they prep the teeth for the laminates? or been cemented directly as a Lumineers?

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