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Price: $60.00
Order Number: 175.0146
Format : DVD
CDS ©2000
Bernard W. Murray, D.D.S.
Viewing Time: 2:45; 6 Hrs. Credit
©2000 Chicago Dental Society
Series #175

The most common reasons for repositioning the gingival height in a more apical direction are: subgingival tooth fracture, subgingival caries, and short clinical crown length. A crown lengthening procedure is demonstrated on the maxillary second bicuspid of the first patient. The second patient presents a classic periodontal case which is treated without doing bone grafts, use of membranes, and other advanced procedures. Flap procedure with osseous recontouring for eliminating early to moderate periodontal pockets is also shown.

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