Dentists 2019: Functional and aesthetic rehabilitation with crowns and fixed partial denture - Abeer A Alrumyyan - King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences | Abstract
Annals and Essences of Dentistry

Annals and Essences of Dentistry
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ISSN: 0975-8798, 0976-156X


Dentists 2019: Functional and aesthetic rehabilitation with crowns and fixed partial denture - Abeer A Alrumyyan - King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences

Abeer A Alrumyyan

The demand for the dentists to know excellence in aesthetics and performance has driven modern advances in materials and restore the fabrication. most of the patient requests for more aesthetic and biologically safe materials that have led to an increased demand for metal free restorations. The subsequent case presentation illustrates a successful aesthetic and functional application of porcelain fused metal crowns and glued denture . Full ceramic crowns with opaque cores are superior in strength, with good aesthetics. When restoring anterior teeth with these crowns, it's advisable to finish the margin sub gingivally as there might be a mismatch in shade between the tooth margin and thus the restoration. it's difficult to form direct comparisons from cited studies to advance a transparent argument in support of 1 treatment modality. it's judged that a standard retreatment approach is that the most appropriate within the first instance, providing access to the basis canal is feasible . This doesn't preclude a subsequent surgical approach. Teeth that are permanently restored soon after re treatment are more successful than those which aren't . There are significant challenges in fixing prospective research studies to directly address the matter of the failed root filing. With the event in materials, careful case selection and application of the restorative techniques, posterior composites placed under appropriate conditions and monitored routinely are often expected to last 10 years or longer. Invaded the biologic width during tooth preparation may result in chronic inflammation, loss of alveolar bone, recession and pocket formation. The chronic inflammation compromises both aesthetic and periodontal health. so on stay margins of restoration supragingival the space from marginal bone to margins of restoration should not be but 3 mm. Ideally the margins of restoration should be supragingival or within the same level as marginal gingiva. When the margins of restoration are prepared subgingival, the space from marginal gingiva to margins of restoration shouldn't be quite 0.7 mm. To continue dental treatment in operated area is suggested not before in 4 weeks, and making restorations in esthetical area not before in 6 weeks. Cast metal post-and-core foundations have an extended history of successful use thanks to their superior physical properties. supported these 3-year outcomes, passage treatment is taken into account a reliable treatment in practice routine under the conditions of the German national insurance system suitable to salvage most of the affected teeth. A5-year retrospective study of fixed Loss of posterior teeth may end in the loss of neuromuscular stability of the mandible, reduced masticatory efficiency partial dentures showed that fifty-eight (58.6%) of the

FPDs were successes requiring no intervention. Removable partial dentures are particularly indicated in Kennedy Class I cases when there's need for a simple and economic solution. Placement of a removable denture with occlusal overlays may be a simple thanks to restore occlusal face height. Cross-arch cantilevered fixed partial dentures are primarily indicated for stabilization of periodontally weakened Treatment of the dental trauma is complex and requires a comprehensive and accurate diagnostic and treatment plan. It is also important to consider the biological, functional, esthetic and economic aspects, as well as the patient's desire. The purpose of this article is to report a case that shows the multidisciplinary approach required to successfully manage the rehabilitation of a maxillary central incisor with a complex crown fracture and a maxillary lateral incisor abutments. Short unilateral or bilateral bridges are an answer in patients who refuse removable appliances and who cannot afford more extensive rehabilitation with fixed prosthodontics. Rehabilitation with a tough and fast denture supported by means of osseointegrated implants is that the optimal solution in Kennedy Class II cases as long because the bone conditions are appropriate. For any prosthetic treatment, a particular recall system should be established counting on the patient's degree of cooperation, caries susceptibility, periodontal status and therefore the rate of residual ridge resorption. this is often essential so as to get a satisfactory prognosis. during a patient with poor oral hygiene, the only solution, with regard to the prognosis of the remaining teeth, is to abstain from any prosthetic treatment.

Methods: This manuscript reviews the present literature to spot treatment options for the Kennedy Class I and II partially edentulous patient.

Published Date: 2020-10-20;