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Predictability of Root Coverage Procedures: Clinical Scenarios & Evidence-Based Treatment Options

Description:
Root coverage (RC) procedures have long been used for the treatment of gingival recession (GR). During daily practice, clinicians are required to deal with diverse clinical scenarios and to provide the most adequate treatment options for each particular condition based on the best evidence available, the clinician’s skills, and the patients’ desires.<br><br> This lecture aims to:<br> - Comment on the main factors influencing the predictability of root coverage procedures according to the different patient-, procedure- and outcome-related factors.<br><br> - Translate evidence-based findings on soft tissue (RC) of recession-type defects to daily practice, by presenting an overview of treatment approaches to the main “clinical scenarios”

Date Added:
4/25/2019

Author(s):
Leandro Chambrone, DDS, MSc, PhD
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Questions & Comments
Manuel De LA ROSA - (4/23/2019 2:06 PM)

Leandro, very nice and well organized lecture. With a good literature support. It gives a very good bases of the steps to consider in the decision of what technique to use in a recession type defect. Thanks for sharing this information.

Maurice Salama - (4/22/2019 4:22 PM)

Nice concepts and well described. Gives logical decision tree for treatment of recession. Thnx Dr. Salama

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