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Esthetic Rehabilitation of the Periodontally Compromised Dentition

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Rehabilitation of esthetics in advanced periodontal cases presents a major challenge in dentistry today. Patients with advanced disease affecting teeth in the esthetic zone, where significant asymmetrical bone loss and tissue recession are present, constitute a challenging treatment-planning dilemma when choosing the optimum therapeutic option for long-term maintenance. This article reviews a novel interdisciplinary approach for vertical augmentation of bone and soft tissues by means of orthodontic extrusion of severely periodontally compromised teeth, facilitating the restoration of esthetics with improved bone and soft tissue volume around immediate implants.

Date Added:
3/12/2014

Author(s):

Tidu Mankoo, BDS Tidu Mankoo, BDS
Dr Tidu Mankoo qualified with a BDS from the University of Bristol in 1981 and has a renowned Private & Referral Practice in Windsor, UK, treating Implant, Restorative and Aes...
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Questions & Comments
Márcia Souza951 - (3/23/2014 4:24 PM)

Great job. Congratulation.

smriti malhotra - (3/23/2014 4:23 PM)

Thank you for a brilliant presentation and absolutely fantastic results. I would however, like to know if you feel one can commonly give a long span temporary bridge using one implant and one tooth as abutments? Doesn't that put too much load on the single implant which is being loaded. Thanks again.

MOHAMMAD FARHAN - (3/22/2014 5:33 PM)

Great result <<thanks Dr.Tidu>>

Henriette Lerner - (3/21/2014 1:24 AM)

great interdisciplinary approaches. Thank You.HL

Razvan Lazar - (3/19/2014 3:37 PM)

Great results! Thank you for the presentation

hiszam kassem - (3/16/2014 5:26 AM)

thank you Dr Tidu . I love it

Arthur Walsh - (3/13/2014 11:06 PM)

Thanks Tidu, for an excellent presentation and for having the integrity of sharing not just some excellent cases, but also some of your failures. What parameters do you use for deciding when you have achieved sufficient extrusion? Arthur

Ronald Goldstein - (3/13/2014 10:30 PM)

Love your treatment and especially the beautiful result, Tidu...All the best, Ron

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