Newsletter 18-07-2010
PCD preservation
Lower premolar
Single implant
Irreversible pulpitis
Upper premolar
Dental problems
Apico tooth #13
Root resorption
CBCT Tooth #5
Alveolar fracture
Surgical planning
Fracture/ Trauma
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Self adjusting file
Munce discovery burs
RCT Tooth #14
7 years failure
Molar anatomy
Orifice seals
Extraction socket
Fractured molar
Pulpo periodontitis
Lateral incisor
Large lesion
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Condensation
2 molars with AP
Vertical condensation
Big lesion
Re-splitting tooth
Bone blocks
Micro surgery
Endo pathology
Complex roots
3 D era in Endo
High pulp horn
Apical periodontitis
Vertical percussion
Buccal mucosa
Revascularization
Cyst like lesion
Tooth #34, #36
Vertical fracture
Cantilever bridge
Enamel matrix
Missed DB canal
Immediate implant
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 Advanced perio,endo and MSD
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From: Liviu Steier
To: ROOTS
Sent: Tuesday, July 20, 2010 6:02 AM
Subject: [roots] Perio - Endo + MSD

Referred case with advanced Perio / Endo + MSD.

There is a very fine line  between "needed" and/or "doable dentistry" here,
which is very difficult  to be crossed both by patient and dentist. - Liviu Steier

what's the spirochaete lower left? Could you give us an idea of history, pt complaint, etc, at the moment I have no idea what I should be looking at. - Bill .... the "Titanium spirochaete" is an implant! LOL - Liviu Chief complaint of the patient: - sporadic pain and inflammation posterior upper right side. Vitality test has been performed. Perio charting has been performed (the results are obvious...). Study casts mounted into an articulator and model analysis performed (result advanced occlusal disharmony lacking any functional guidance). Treatment options: 1. Doable symptomatic treatment. 2. Needed full mouth rehabilitation. Let us start with the "full mouth rehab" concept: Upper jaw: a. Either full clearence ( this would be the advise given by an Implantologist). b. Leave upper front (very conservative treatment but with negative repercussions as any temporary restoration might exert novice forces and end up with the loss). c. Temporization for the healing time with a removable device. d. Option 1. bilateral sinus elevation and implants ( 3 per side) plus 2 in the anterior area supporting a removable device. Option 2. 4-5 implants in the anterior area with a removable device. Where is the difference among the two options? Option 1 will be well sustained by the prosthetic field while slight mobility with option 2. Lower jaw: Teeth 46 / 47 will need occlusal adjustments to fit the upper "ideal" occlusion (this is why the upper will gain first attention). Doable treatment? Patient needs to understand all the compromises: - Periodontal inflammation and relation to maxillary sinusitis and other general health issues. - Destructive occlusion and repercussions on periodontal health. - Loss of jaw support with any further tooth loss. - Loss of bonny support for optional later implant placement. ...but what is the doable treatment? - Symptomatic? - Curative? Difficult call! - Liviu
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