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Full Mouth Rehabilitation: Clinical Overview a Systematic Approach

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Full mouth rehabilitation is a complex subject that requires the clinician to resurrect broken and mutilated dentitions. Armed with a thorough understanding of the disease process to enable an accurate diagnosis and risk assessment that will enable a conservative treatment approach is the need of the hour. This presentation aims to take the audience through a systematic approach towards this subject and empower them with a vision that will enable them to set up the case to end it well with accurate form, predictable function and superior esthetics!

Date Added:
12/5/2018

Author(s):

Ali Tunkiwala, MDS Ali Tunkiwala, MDS

Dr. Ali Tunkiwala

Received Basic Dental Degree from Nair Hospital in 1996 followed by Masters’ degree in Prosthetic Dentistry (1998) from the prestigious Governmen...
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Questions & Comments
radhesh rao - (12/19/2018 5:57 AM)

very nice presentation...thank you sir...

henry salama - (12/10/2018 3:44 PM)

Excellent presentation. Well organized and thought out. Thank you

ajay mootha - (12/2/2018 7:03 AM)

ALI sir, fabulous presentation,great documentation and workflow. keep posting more and more videos.

Michel Azer - (11/29/2018 12:43 PM)

Beautiful presentation and very well structured! Well done Dr. Tunkiwala!

Aliasger Tunkiwala - (11/28/2018 7:25 PM)

Ace Jovanovski Thank you for the kind words about the cases shown here. I did notice while doing the case that the upper and lower midlines do not match. If you have a look at the pre op photo, there is a diastema between the lower incisors. The midline conflict between the provisionals and finals is mainly due to contour changes in the quest to manage that diastema and we did not attribute it to any occlusal issues or lack of deprogramming. When working on this cases the confluence of dental midlines with each other or with the facial midline is not important, as long as you maintain the verticality of the midline, its okay. I hope my response is to your satisfaction. Thanks, once again for your time.

Ace Jovanovski - (11/28/2018 12:34 AM)

Nice Photos and documentation! Exquisite Ceramics. Well done. How do you explain the loss of the midline that you obtained in your provisionals (time: 46:30 min) compared to the final midline (53min), after going through all of the deprogramming with the appliance and the provisionals, it was still lost/different than planned?

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