Comprehensive approach in the aesthetic zone: A prosthetic-driven concept
Aesthetic dentistry has become simple, digital, and more than this accessible. Everyday dentistry must be simple, aesthetic, and guided to be popular.
In the aesthetic zone, the practitioner is faced with a lot of challenges according to the initial situation. Whatever the difficulty of the case, the dentist should think as an architect to plan the case. A fully guided protocol will be presented.
Analogic treatment planning using the latest press technologies will highlight the treatment of severely worn dentition.
A fully digital workflow associated with CAD/CAM material and technologies will be presented to fix the implant case.
In both cases, all the clinical steps are driven by the final design in order to predict the final outcome precisely.
For the last 15 years, implants have become an efficient, safe and predictable solution to restore dental defects and mimic nature.
At the same time, materials, technics, and concepts brought us the solutions to offer contemporary dentistry to our patients.
Dental manufacturers offer awesome products. These need to fit with a precise methodology and treatment planning in the aesthetic area in order to propose solutions to the dentist and improve their daily life.
This presentation will aim to suggest a simple way of working and thinking based on the final design, which can be resumed by these three keywords: feasible, teachable and repeatable.
The pink part will be driven by the ideal white part guided by the aesthetic project (placement of the implant, connected soft tissue graft, customized temporaries, and final restoration). A new type of implant will be presented as a versatile tool.
Both of these topics use the same philosophy (minimal invasive approaches), the same bonded materials (CAD/CAM material, press material), the same concept (visualization, validation, navigation through the mockup and guided surgery), and the same clinical procedure (prep design, temporization, cementation).