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審美的クラウンレンスニング 

Description:
Dr. Ernesto Lee, director of the Periodontal-Prosthesis Program at the University of Pennsylvania, outlines the biologic, surgical and esthetic parameters that must be adhered to successfully achieve esthetic crown lengthening.

Date Added:
5/16/2010

Author(s):

Ernesto  A. Lee, DMD Ernesto A. Lee, DMD
Dr. Ernesto A. Lee is the Director of the Postgraduate Periodontal Prosthesis Program, and a Clinical Professor at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medic...
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Questions & Comments
Austin Mautner - (7/14/2020 7:11 AM)

Great stuff! Cheers.

YUSUF ALZAYANI - (6/29/2016 1:41 PM)

This presentation is not working. Please admin, can you check what is the problem?

omar mohamed - (11/19/2011 1:22 PM)

thank you dr. for your precious lecture, very informative but i have 2 questions....the 1st is what about the palatal surfaces of the teeth, do we need to make ossoeus reduction and gingivecomy palatally..the 2nd question is if we made pappilla base incision , we can't make osseuos recontouring interdentally so we may impinge on biologic width in these are, please correct me if i am wrong

Richard Akin - (7/24/2011 11:08 AM)

Excellent video and a great review. Your surgical guides were very well prepared. -Richard

David Garber - (9/3/2010 10:26 AM)

Sam, while we have used use specific lasers for hard tissue and bone reduction , the transulcular approach is very limiting to small amounts of crestal bone - -in addition as this vertical reduction is done. the bone topography gets thicker and the clinician cannot thin it out bucco-lingually . . so the problem is access, - - the pieso is very useful but again best used with at least a mini-flap - -healing research which was coauthored by Vercellotti shows accelerated healing and decreased inflammation as comparedto rotary instruments . . the issue remains access and being able to accurately visualise. .

David Garber - (9/3/2010 10:26 AM)

Sam, while we have used use specific lasers for hard tissue and bone reduction , the transulcular approach is very limiting to small amounts of crestal bone - -in addition as this vertical reduction is done. the bone topography gets thicker and the clinician cannot thin it out bucco-lingually . . so the problem is access, - - the pieso is very useful but again best used with at least a mini-flap - -healing research which was coauthored by Vercellotti shows accelerated healing and decreased inflammation as comparedto rotary instruments . . the issue remains access and being able to accurately visualise. .

Larry West - (8/26/2010 8:36 AM)

What type of suture does Dr. Lee recommend and please describe position of sutures for to eliminate pressure on papillae

Larry West - (8/26/2010 8:36 AM)

What type of suture does Dr. Lee recommend and please describe position of sutures for to eliminate pressure on papillae

Naresh Patel - (5/23/2010 2:20 PM)

Great lecture, but is there any way that the quality of the sound can be improved?

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