Eynar Berdeli and Kübra Aral
Izmir Katip Celebi University, Turkey
Malatya Oral and Dental Health Hospital, The Turkish Ministry of Health, Turkey
Scientific Tracks Abstracts: Dentistry
Splinting is a common treatment approach in dental practice to obtain stability and eliminate mobility. It has also been
shown that splinting can decrease pain and discomfort during biting and chewing. In addition, splinting of the mobile
tooth is recommended before regenerative periodontal treatment to obtain maximum benefits from the treatment. It was our
experience that SRP instrumentation was made easier by the splinting due to the prevention of tooth mobility. As another
benefit, the patient was no longer complaining about chewing or biting after splinting. With the aid of pink-splinting clinicians
will enhance the esthetic results after periodontal treatment in patients with periodontal disease. In addition, they will also
manage the papilla loss and its effects in patients. This technique may be life-saving in patients with aggressive periodontitis.
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Eynar Berdeli has completed his DDS from Ege University in 2016. He is a PhD student in the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Faculty of Dentistry, Izmir Katip Celebi University in Turkey since 2017. He has also been an Observer in Forsyth Institute, Harvard University; and School of Dentistry, University of Louisville in 2015. His research interest includes: esthetics, oral biology, guided bone regeneration, aggressive periodontitis.
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