Recreating an esthetically and functionally acceptable dentition: A multidisciplinary approach

Mukesh Kumar Goyal, Shelly Goyal, Veena Hegde, Dhanasekar Balkrishana, Aparna I. Narayana

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Abstract

Patients today demand a youthful, attractive smile with comfortable functional acceptance. The complete oral rehabilitation of patients with a functionally compromised dentition frequently involves a multidisciplinary approach and presents a considerable clinical challenge. To a great extent, proper patient selection and careful interdisciplinary treatment planning, including acknowledgment of the patient’s perceived needs, reasons for seeking services, financial ability, and socioeconomic profile, can govern the predictability of successful restorations. This clinical report describes a successful interdisciplinary approach for the management of a severely worn dentition with reduced vertical dimension of occlusion. Treatment modalities included periodontal crown lengthening procedures, endodontic treatment followed by post and core restorations, and prosthetic rehabilitation for severe tooth surface loss and reduced vertical dimension of occlusion comprising metal-ceramic restorations in esthetic zones and full-metal restorations in posterior regions.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)527-532
Number of pages6
JournalInternational Journal of Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry
Volume33
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 01-01-2013

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Dentition
Vertical Dimension
Mouth Rehabilitation
Crown Lengthening
Metal Ceramic Alloys
Tooth Loss
Aptitude
Endodontics
Esthetics
Patient Selection
Therapeutics
Rehabilitation
Metals

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