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Preventing Subgingival Margins by Implementing Supra-gingival Dentistry Protocol

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Restorative margins ending subgingival are considered “normal” and out of the control of the restorative dentist, but in reality subgingival margins are mostly avoidable and preventable! We have the technique and materials to be able to consider all of the above part of the history of dentistry.

Date Added:
3/17/2016

Author(s):

Jose-Luis Ruiz, DDS, FAGD Jose-Luis Ruiz, DDS, FAGD
Dr. Ruiz is the Director of the Los Angeles Institute of Clinical Dentistry and Course Director of numerous CE Courses at the University of Southern Californi...
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Questions & Comments
Behzad Fadaei - (9/17/2017 5:39 PM)

In Margin Elevation Tech, What about gingiv. attach. to the composite? We will have a pocket in area of attach of ging and composite build up. Right?

Nassib Fares - (3/22/2016 6:22 AM)

I have to disagree totally regarding the self-etch being the golden standard instead of total etch.Nakabayshi, Pashley and Van Merbeck have proven this in many studies over the last 15 years.I have used exclusively the Total etch bonding technique over the past 25 years with over 30 thousands direct composite restorations, of course with the use of Rubber Dam, with nearly absence of post operative sensitivity, and if any sensitivity occurs it would be a mistake I made during the restoration. A question to Dr. Ruiz what about the Smear Layer? How the self etch bond react with it? And do you really think that HUMIDITY is not a problem by using Selfetch technique?? Thank you. Dr. Nassib Fares.

nazila satvat - (3/18/2016 8:42 PM)

great information, Im a great fan of Dr.Ruiz supra gingival dentistry.

Mansingh Patil - (3/17/2016 12:09 PM)

Good presentation and food for thought for a paradigm shift in MI dentistry.

Ronald Goldstein - (3/17/2016 12:01 PM)

Good message about the potential problems with subgingival margins especially when supragingival margins can be utilized.

Maurice Salama - (3/17/2016 8:07 AM)

Nice presentation and concepts of supraginigival margins. The only issues we often have are esthetics....thanks Dr. Salama

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