Full Mouth Rehabilitation of Severe Fluorozed Teeth with an Interdisciplinary Approach (6 Handed Dentistry) 2387-2389
Dr. K. Pradeep,
Department of Periodontics, Sri Sai College of Dental Surgery, Vikarabad, Andra Pradesh, India.
Whenever the treatment revolves around structural balance and aesthetic harmony, the crux remains to be the periodontal health of the existing dentition. In such scenarios where restorations and aesthetics are of concern, biologic width (BW) is the initial and final frontier. Considering attrition of teeth, the resistance which is offered by them is definitely at a lower level as compared to teeth with adequate height. Clinical crowns of worn out teeth are seriously handicapped when it comes to bearing the occlusal loads, which can be brought back to normalcy by crown lengthening . Crown lengthening includes the surgical removal of soft and hard periodontal architecture to gain (vertical dimension) a supracrestal tooth length, thus allowing a longer clinical crown reestablishment of BW. This paper has described the full mouth rehabilitation of severe fluorozed and attrited teeth in a 35–year male with the use of an interdisciplinary approach (6 Handed Dentistry).