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  • [Relationship of orthodontic treatment and periodontal hard tissue health]. [Journal Article]
    Hua Xi Kou Qiang Yi Xue Za Zhi 2019; 37(4):343-349Meng S, Lin YL, … Xu Y
  • Periodontal tissue, especially the alveolar bone, are closely associated with the progress and efficacy of orthodontic treatment. Prior to and during orthodontic treatment, dentists should fully evaluate the status of periodontal hard tissues to prevent clinical problems. This article aims to discuss bone issues associated with orthodontic treatment, including gingival papilla absence, alveolar b…
  • Details of pleasing smiles. [Journal Article]
    Int J Esthet Dent 2018; 13(4):494-514Oliveira PLE, Motta A, … Mucha J
  • CONCLUSIONS: The following characteristics were observed from the selected most attractive smiles: parallel smile arc, oval-shaped incisors with square-rounded edges, increase of the incisal embrasure and reduction of connector space in distal progression, display of maxillary incisors and minimum display of mandibular teeth, gingival margin of central incisors 0.5 mm coronal to the canines and 0.8 mm apical to the lateral incisors, posterior gingival display of 1.5 mm, less than 20% of buccal corridor and display of 12 teeth, and canines with -2 degrees of inclination. The most attractive smiles also had an absence of asymmetries, diastemas, black spaces, incisal plane inclination, and anterior gingival display.
  • Papilla reconstruction: Interdisciplinary consideration for clinical success. [Journal Article]
    J Esthet Restor Dent 2018; 30(6):484-491Carnio J, Carnio AT
  • One of the most difficult achievements in the periodontal therapy is the reconstruction of interdental papilla that has been lost by periodontal disease. The poor esthetic appearance caused by the "black triangle," especially in the maxillary anterior region has been a concern for both patients and professionals. However, when the papilla destruction is followed by loss of contact point, the use …
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