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Simplification of the Complex Case - Restorative Efficiencies

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Contemporary implant dentistry relies on a proper diagnosis, astute treatment planning with an interdisciplinary team. Vision, communication and execution are indispensable for a long term healthy esthetic outcome. When incorporating modern techniques for our patients, sound principles with research based information will lead to optimum results. When restoring or replacing a missing tooth, patients' expectations are high from an aesthetic, functional and health perspective. Hopeless teeth are not useless! Success is achieved in a reverse pathway by working from an aesthetic goal towards a healthy, supportive foundation. While esthetically compromised cases can be extremely challenging, interdisciplinary wisdom can salvage the esthetic compromise and offer patients optimum results.

Date Added:
12/3/2011

Author(s):

Sergio Rubinstein, DDS Sergio Rubinstein, DDS
Dr. Sergio Rubinstein received his dental degree from the Universidad Tecnologica de Mexico in 1980. He went on to complete a specialty program in Periodontal-Prosth...
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Questions & Comments
Maurice Salama - (5/12/2013 5:37 AM)

Wow Sergio!! Just an excellent presentation with so many pearls of information regarding interdisciplinary planning and the role of the restorative dentist. As always, you are a Master!! It is always a pleasure to work with you. Maurice

DR ABDUL SAHITO - (6/14/2012 4:26 PM)

its good and knowledgable website

Sergio Rubinstein - (4/12/2012 11:53 PM)

In response to Dr. Jose Lara Gonzalez, the autograft was a decision made by the Oral Surgeon, and it is clear the osseous and soft tissue response to this technique is generally speaking excellent , and we always try for procedures that can be as predictable as a surgery can be. The ovate pontic is usually about 3 mm deep, it must be monitored closely that the tissue response is acceptable. Proper support is necessary to recreate a papillae( although at a lower gingival level) and if irritation occurs, then the depth of the pontic can be reduced by 0.5 mm until the soft tissue response is the anticipated one.

José Lara Gonzalez - (4/7/2012 3:57 PM)

Congratulations Dr. Rubinstein, thanks for sharing us these cases, i´d like to ask you a few doubts about the last and complex case, first why do you decided to use an autograft and not other kind of bond, and second how deep do you enter with the central provisional in the tissue in order to get an ovate form? Thanks again for your case and your knowledge shared, regards!

Alan Spiwak - (11/30/2011 10:35 PM)

Sergio very impressive presentation,the extrusion case is one of those cases that makes you think out of the box. Thank you for sharing.

Maurice Salama - (11/30/2011 10:32 PM)

Wow Sergio!! Just an excellent presentation with so many pearls of information regarding interdisciplinary planning and the role of the restorative dentist. As always, you are a Master!! It is always a pleasure to work with you. Maurice

James Heise - (11/30/2011 10:11 PM)

Excellent Presentation. Thanks for sharing some of your frustrations in the team approach - sometimes communication solves problems, sometimes one has to have the courage to act on our convictions. Thank you so much - we really enjoyed your presentation.

Malek mansour - (11/30/2011 10:08 PM)

keep showing presentations like these. Malek Mansour

Paul Bery - (11/30/2011 9:28 PM)

Sergio is one of the most demanding, exacting and particularly gifted dentists I have seen. Wonderful presentation with amazing examples. The ortho/extrusion case shows what persistence and knowledge of basic biologic rules can accomplish.

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