Full Mouth Rehabilitation ofMutilated Dentition- aCase Report | Abstract

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Full Mouth Rehabilitation ofMutilated Dentition- aCase Report

Abstract

If restorative dentistry is performed on teeth where the periodontal prognosis is not determined & disease not treated, the loss of restored tooth can occur. Restorative dentistry must be performed on a periodontium free of inflammation for a good functional & aesthetics restorative result. Surgical crown-lengthening procedures are performed to provide retention form to allow for proper tooth preparation, impression procedures & placement of restorative margins & to adjust gingival levels for aesthetics. It is important that crown-lengthening surgery is done in such a manner that the biologic width is preserved. The present case report demonstrates that surgical crown lengthening is one of the most important surgical techniques in full mouth rehabilitation of mutilated dentition.

Dr Jayant Ambulgekar, Dr Rizwan Sanadi, Dr Manan Doshi Dr Subodh Gaikwad

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