Socket Preservation using Platelet Rich Fibrin for Pink Aesthetics- A Case Report ZD01-ZD04
Dr. Maheaswari Rajendran,
Professor, Department of Periodontics, Tamilnadu Government Dental College and Hospital, Tamilnadu Dr. MGR Medical University, Chennai, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.
Post extraction preservation of interdental papillae, poses a challenge to the clinicians exclusively when related to the restoration of missing anterior teeth. In the modern era, patients claim for aesthetics, has experienced an evolution due to enhanced consciousness of beauty. The ultimatum in achieving aesthetics is, well restored hard and soft tissues i.e., pink and white aesthetics. Pink aesthetics refers to soft tissues while white aesthetics is the natural or restored dentition. This case report provides an innovative clinical technique for maintaining papillary height and form following anterior tooth removal by an interdisciplinary approach.