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Tissue Management for Exquisite Esthetics

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Successful esthetic dentistry begins with planning, but depends on the execution. At many stages during the treatment plan our success will depend on tissue management. The way we handle the gingival tissues during preparation, retraction and placement of the restoration can lead to perfect pink esthetics or set us up for inflammation or recession. This webinar will look at techniques for tissue management that support producing exquisite esthetic results. We will begin by looking at ways to protect the gingival tissues during tooth preparation, minimizing the trauma that can lead to apical migration of the gingival crest and black triangles. One of the weakest links in restorative success is impression taking. Excellent impressions depend on tissue health and management , and allow fabrication of a restoration that supports ongoing tissue health after cementation. Often the removal of gingival tissue is indicated for esthetics or restorative access. The timing and method of performing the gingivectomy greatly impact both the timing and predictability of healing.

Date Added:
5/23/2012

Author(s):

Lee Ann Brady, DMD Lee Ann Brady, DMD
Dr. Lee Ann Brady is a privately practicing dentist and nationally recognized educator and writer. Her practice experience has been rich and varied. She has worked in a...
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Questions & Comments
Behzad Fadaei - (10/15/2017 1:39 PM)

very basic,good for students not dentists!!!

javed khan - (5/29/2012 2:55 PM)

whats gingivities

Dushyanth Narayan - (5/28/2012 11:06 AM)

Dr.Brady, Thank you for the wonderful presentation.

Sandra Garcia - (5/24/2012 11:17 AM)

Valerie yes, I think that's the way the video was recorded, I saw the webinar yesterday and the same happened to me, but its minimum, I could still see and apreciate all the details.

sergio acosta - (5/23/2012 10:37 PM)

thanks a lot, Dr Brady. Nice lecture.

abdulkarem ismail - (5/23/2012 6:09 PM)

thanks for lecture i didn't hear it completely yet i think i have a problem with webinar,,,

sandra gomez - (5/23/2012 5:15 PM)

excellent lecture

BORNA RASHIDISANGSARY - (5/23/2012 4:51 PM)

Congratulations, Dr Lee Ann Brady. " Organized and informative lecture as usual "

Luciana Goguta - (5/23/2012 4:16 PM)

Nice lecture thanks a lot Dr. Lee Ann Brady !

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