Post surgical stabilization defect

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Posted on By Ben Lashley In Soft Tissue Enhancement

70 Year old female with history of condylectomy recently had condyle replaced a second time. Cross arch stabilization was performed and a gingival defect has ensued. It is evident on the PA that the stabilization wire was placed between the central an lateral and caused IBL and even scored the two teeth. These veneers were placed only one year ago shows obvious recession problem. Any chance of rehabilitation of the papilla and IBH? Need to just replace the crowns?

2020 post condyle replacement
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Here is one year ago PA of same tooth.


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And just because it is interesting......


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Slow orthodontic extrusion of tooth #10, probably 3 months and stabilize. Only way to recreate the natural contour of a papilla. Good post buddy. Dr. S


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Thanks Dr Salama! I will get that going. My partner will extrude and remake the crowns.


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