Biologic Shaping

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Posted on By Daniel Melker In Periodontics

Please look closely at #30 mesial and #31 mesial. In both instances the old margins approximate the bone. Conventional CL would call for removal of 3-4mm's of bone removal to create a space for the Biologic Width. All previous articles used the old margins as a reference point to remove bone. With Biologic Shaping remove the old margins and allow a new Biologic Width to establish without excessive removal of bone. Also this procedure allows for preservation of bone on adjacent teeth inter-proximally and on the buccal and lingual. With this said the key to the case was the ability of the Restorative Dentist to replace missing tooth structure with a core buildup.




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