King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences, Saudi Arabia
Title: Functional and aesthetic rehabilitation with crowns and fixed partial denture
Biography: Abeer A Alrumyyan
The demand for the dentists to achieve excellence in aesthetics and function has driven modern advances in materials and restore fabrication. However, patient requests for more aesthetic and biologically safe materials that have led to an increased demand for metal free restorations in anterior area. The following case presentation illustrates a successful aesthetic and functional application of porcelain fused metal crowns and fixed partial denture. Full ceramic crowns with opaque cores are superior in strength, with good aesthetics. When restoring anterior teeth with these crowns, it is advisable to end the margin sub gingivally as there could be a mismatch in shade between the tooth margin and the restoration. It is difficult to make direct comparisons from cited studies to advance a clear argument in support of one treatment modality. However, it is judged that a conventional endodontic retreatment approach is the most appropriate in the first instance, providing access to the root canal is possible. This does not preclude a subsequent surgical approach. Teeth that are permanently restored soon after retreatment are more successful than those which are not. There are significant challenges in setting up prospective research studies to directly address the problem of the failed root filing. With the improvement in materials, careful case selection and application of the restorative techniques, posterior composites placed under appropriate conditions and monitored routinely can be expected to last 10 years or longer. Invaded the biologic width during tooth preparation can result in chronic inflammation, loss of alveolar bone, recession and pocket formation. The chronic inflammation compromises both aesthetic and periodental health. In order to keep margins of restoration supragingivally the distance from marginal bone to margins of restoration should not be less than 3 mm. Ideally the margins of restoration should be supragingivally or in the same level as marginal gingiva. When the margins of restoration are prepared subgingivally, the distance from marginal gingiva to margins of restoration should not be more than 0.7 mm. To continue dental treatment in operated area is recommended not earlier than in 4 weeks, and making restorations in esthetical area not earlier than in 6 weeks. Cast metal post-and-core foundations have a long history of successful use due to their superior physical properties. Based on these 3-year outcomes, root canal treatment is considered a reliable treatment in practice routine under the conditions of the German national health insurance system suitable to salvage most of the affected teeth. A5-year retrospective study of fixed partial dentures showed that fifty-eight (58.6%) of the FPDs were successes requiring no intervention.
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