Edition V14N03 | Year 2017 | Editorial Artigo Original | Pages 42 to 58
Fábio Cabral, Marcelo Serra, Frederico Marques Lima dos Santos, Luis Calicchio, Marcelo Kyrillos, Marcelo Moreira, Gustavo Giordani, Ertty Silva, Fernanda Meloti, Wagner Nhoncance, Sandro Souza, Josias Santana da Silva
Nowadays, aesthetic requirements of our patients are very high. This is encouraged by media consumption, in which models with perfect white smiles are shown to the public as references of beauty. In cases in which biological reconstruction is no longer possible, in order to achieve a result of excellence, it is necessary to create interdisciplinary alternatives that can solve the treatments. Therefore, the technological evolution guided by scientific researches has brought to dental market different possibilities and ways to solve complex and limited clinical cases. Different regenerative techniques (both of hard and soft tissues) have their limitations — which at times, do not fulfill the aesthetic needs of the case, consequently, demanding the use of prostheses that can copy the actual structures as naturally as possible. For these complex cases in particular, dentogingival prostheses are an alternative to tissue reconstruction.
Como citar: Cabral F, Serra M, Santos FML, Calicchio L, Kyrillos M, Moreira M, Giordani G, Silva E, Meloti F, Nhoncance W, Souza S, Silva JS. How to achieve satisfactory results when dealing with biological limitations? The interface between specialties to allow for best clinical solution. J Clin Dent Res. 2017 Jul-Sept;14(3):42-58. DOI: https://doi.org/10.14436/2447-911x.14.3.042-058.ate