CDE Cosmetic Dentistry English 04/2012

The specialist magazine cosmetic dentistry_beauty & science presents the most significant international developments and experiences in an easy-to-read format to practitioners around the world. This high gloss, English language magazine is published four times a year and distributed at all major international congresses and exhibitions. cosmetic dentistry is sent to a database of 4.000 dentists worldwide (mainly USA, Middle East & Africa, Asia Pacific, and Europe) and gets a wide bonus distribution at several shows in 2011 all over the world. While it is being supported by a distinguished international advisory board (please see below), the magazine is now the official publication of the Asian Academy of Aesthetic Dentistry (AAAD) as well as the South Asian Academy of Aesthetic Dentistry (SAAAD). The content is a combination of specialty articles, clinical studies, case reports, industry reports, reviews (meetings, products, etc.), news, and lifestyle articles.

Themen der aktuellen Ausgabe 04/2012

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Editorial
Dr So Ran Kwon, Co-Editor-in-Chief, President, Korean Bleaching Society, Seoul, Korea
As the Co-Editor-in-Chief of the official journal of the Asian Academy of Aesthetic Dentistry (AAAD), I am very pleased to announce that the 12th AAAD and 23rd Japan Academy of Esthetic Dentistry (JAED) joint meeting was held in Sapporo, Japan, from 20 to 22 July 2012 under the great leadership of Dr Hisashi Hisamitsu (President of AAAD) and Dr Akira Senda (President of JAED). The scientific programme, including lectures, poster presentations and hands-on workshops, was very well received by the attendees and the social events cultivated a comfortable environment in which to foster friendship among international colleagues.
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Redaktion
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The digitized occlusion: Using something old with something new
Dr Todd Ehrlich, USA
There is an envelope of occlusal function that we are constantly mastering for our patients. Many times it is exceptionally easy to find a po-si-tion or shape of a tooth that fits within the -pa-tient’s comfort and functional zones. However, there are many instances where it can be quite challenging. Using something old with something new can be of great assistance to achieving a re-storative shape that the patient will immediately find comfortable...
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Practical periodontics in daily practice
Dr Amit Patel
Cosmetic and implant dentistry has become increasing popular among dentists and patients. As this type of dentistry increases, so does litigation. Legal defence organisations have noted that their highest litigation costs are due to an increase in undiagnosed periodontal disease, as well as poorly planned cosmetic and implant dentistry. A failure to diagnose periodontal disease, inadequate records, poor quality treatment and treatment planning, -supervised neglect, and failure to refer all lead to -increased litigation within the profession.
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Cost effectiveness in implant dentistry
Prof. Mauro Labanca, Italy
Today, about 65 % of Italian dentists are prac-tising implantology. In Italy alone, over a million implants are placed every year. A survey commissioned by the Italian Society of Osseointegrated -Implantology on implant perception among the Italian population found that 68 % of the respondents would request an implant should the need for an artificial tooth arise. One Italian out of three has undergone oral implant surgery. It follows that osseointegrated implants will be offered by a growing number of professionals and be placed in an ever-larger population in the future.1
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The same-day tooth: From the diagnosis to the final restoration
Dr Stefanos G. Kourtis, Greece
The restoration of missing anterior teeth is both a challenging task for the clinician and a stressful treatment for the patient. The final aesthetic result is of major importance - for the patient, dentist and dental technician. Moreover, the patient has high expectations, aesthetic demands and concerns about the cosmetic result of the final restoration. Even before treatment is started, the patient is usually concerned about the final outcome, as well as the provisional restoration used during osseointegration. The aim of this case report is to present the clinical stages of rehabilitation of a central incisor from diagnosis to final restoration.
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Replacement of a single anterior tooth - Surgical procedure and three-year results
Dr Peter Randelzhofer, Germany
At the age of 14, the 42-year-old female patient had experienced trauma to tooth #11, leading to luxation and tooth mobility. Endodontic treatment had been carried out in order to correct a discoloration of that tooth aesthetically, which had begun 15 years before the intervention. About ten years -after the endodontic treatment, an apex resection had been necessary to treat a periapical infection...
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Modified clinical approach for improved aesthetics in full-arch restoration
Dr Henriette Lerner, Germany, Prof. Z. Jacobson & Dr Hugh Flax, USA
The target of modern dentistry is the achievement of a natural aesthetic outcome, function and stability using a minimally invasive, maximally effective technique and in a reasonable period. This case study demonstrates that new philosophies concerning implant design, provisional and final abutment design, as well as paradigm shifts in treatment approaches, can lead to superior aesthetic results. In full-arch implant-supported restoration, immediate placement with immediate loading has been well documented. The literature shows a high success rate of 97 % with this kind of treatment in the mandible11-17 and of 96 % in the maxilla.18-20 Osseointegration of implants has been achieved routinely and with a high degree of success. Contemporary implant dentistry focuses on aesthetic success aside from functional results. One of the compromises in aesthetics in a situation of adjacent implants is the short papilla between two implants, where a maximum length of 3.5 mm can be achieved.1 This can be explained by loss of the inter-implant bone.
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ESCD & SSER joint meeting in Bucharest - Some say “the best!”
Dr Philip Lewis, UK
This year, the annual meeting of the European Society of Cosmetic Dentistry (ESCD) was hosted by the Society of Esthetic Dentistry in Romania (SSER). The event was held along with the ninth International Congress of Esthetic Dentistry from 17 to 19 May 2012. Hundreds of enthusiastic practitioners gathered to enjoy three days of some of the best educational material offered during 2012. Speakers from across the world joined Romanian lecturers to present a seminar second to none...
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CLEARFIL DC CORE PLUS KIT: Stressless and reliable
Redaktion
Today dentists are looking for a core build-up material that offers not only reliability and good performance but also ease of use. Such core material has to be aimed at high-quality and long-lasting restoration. Therefore, at the beginning of 2012, Kuraray introduced its new core build-up material, CLEARFIL DC CORE PLUS KIT. This material meets all the demands of today’s dental practice.
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International Events
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