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Restoring Pink & White Esthetics with Implant Restorations

Description:
This presentation is an insight into the way esthetics-driven dentistry over implant-driven has evolved. With imiplants it is often essential to combine "pink" and "white" esthetics to achieve the ideal result. This philosophy involving gingiva colored restorations incorporates new protocols and treatment planning for implant cosmetics in the esthetic zone; particularly in cases of ridge deficiency.

Date Added:
1/21/2009

Author(s):

Christian Coachman, DDS, CDT Christian Coachman, DDS, CDT
Dr. Christian Coachman graduated in Dentistry at the University of São Paulo/Brazil in 2002 and in Dental Technology in 1995. He is a member of the Brazilian Academy of...
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Questions & Comments
Band Ditto64 - (3/4/2012 1:25 PM)

Just saw Dr. Salama present one of these cases at the AO main session as an option in the Lateral-Central Dilemma. One of 6 options he stated but one that must be considered especially in severe vertical deficiencies. Band

Agnieszka Milbauer - (3/4/2012 11:25 AM)

Great lecture and the clinical/laboratory work outstanding.

Band Ditto64 - (11/26/2011 10:17 AM)

Christian; great lecture. Is your February course hands-on for technicians and doctors? Pink is a MUST for many cases. Thanks Band

Maurice Salama - (10/23/2011 6:32 PM)

Robert; As I was the surgeon involved in the case and our office continues to monitor this patient, I can report that after 4 years plus we have had no negative issues with maintenance, food impaction or esthetics. This is a very exciting treatment concept for Type 3 Defects especially in the Esthetic Zone. regards Dr. Salama

Robert Odegard - (10/23/2011 11:35 AM)

Excellent lecture and restoration. Thank you. Have you followed up with this patient? How does she like it? Is there any problem with food impaction, function, esthetics as she reports? Robert Odegard

BORJA BERNABEU - (9/19/2011 7:40 AM)

Thank you very much for your quick response Dr. Coachman you motivate all of us with your amazing job.

christian coachman - (9/19/2011 4:05 AM)

To avoid saliva... we cannot isolate completely, thats why we apply the first layer of composite out side of the mouth to guarantee a good bonding between ceramics and composite without the interference of saliva. Than in the mouth we will use a retractor during the whole composite addition procedure, try to keep everything as dry as possible by blowing air and cotton roles.

christian coachman - (9/19/2011 4:02 AM)

Dear Borja, No we don't cure under water. We cure it with regular curing devices intra-orally and than after we finished the pink composite in the mouth we unscrew the bridge, final shape, polish, glaze and final light curing cycle on a Lab curing machine. The best ones combine light and heat.

christian coachman - (9/16/2011 3:06 PM)

The light curing is done with the regular light curing device intra orally and after finishing the addition of composite the restoration is removed from the mouth to go through a little curing cycle on a lab machine. After shaping with diamond burs, to polish, I usually use some soft rubber wheels to remove the major irregularities and after I apply a thin layer of light curing glaze liquid. After the glaze I use a brush with diamond paste to remove the excess of glaze. The key is to use very little burs and develop the final shape and texture the best you can with the spatula and brushes wile manipulating the composite.

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