STDT Soft Tissue Driven by Temporary emergent profile
Soft Tissue Driven by Emergent Profile is the answer to BOPT (biological oriented preparation technique)
Aesthetics in dentistry is a balance between the teeth, the soft tissues, the lips. the face and individual personality. In order to produce aesthetic results that are natural and attractive, we need to develop our artistic capability so that we can all improve our comprehension of the psychology of perception. Many of us, Dentist and Dental Technician alike, are very good with biological and aesthetic results when our work is analysed solely in the oral region. However when we evaluate the all face, the results may be far from natural and attractive in many cases.
Soft Tissues health and proper position are foundamental in any aesthetic case. We can deliver the best crowns or veneers but if the frame is not appropriate the smile will always look unreal and unpleasent.
Since the the very begging of aesthetic Dentistry the only solution to such a problem was through periodontal surgery but in the recent years with the advent of the BOPT (biological oriented preparatin technique) we observed soft tissue health driven by the countour of the temporary restorations that are modeling the soft tissues in the suitable position. The principle is very similar to what happens with the countuirng of the tissue with the temporary restorations on implants. As far as we don’t impinge the biological with and we donìt harm the periodontal legament we can carve the soft tisuue in a similar matter that we do on implant restorations. It is not a matter of tooth preparation but it’s due to the proper countur of the emerging profile.
Above the CEJ (cement enamel jinction) any type of preparation will work with seldomly gingival recessions but when the margins of the restorations are placed on the root below the CEJ very often, unless we have very thick tissue, we see recession of the gengiva, this happens because the tissue is not protected by the proper countur as it happens in natural teeth
Delegates will learn to countur the temporary restoration to support the soft tissue in a manner to carve ithem in the proper position to have a perfect frame for the restorations and to protect them from recessions in time.
- 08.30 – 09.00 registration
- 09.00 – 11.00 The phylosophy of aesthetics and the psychology of perception
- 11.00 -13.00 Smile analysis and Design
- 13.00 – 14.00 Lunch break
- 14.00 – 18.00 Practical exercise on how to contour the temporary restoration for best gingival support and shape
- ESCD members: 250 Euro
- Members ANDI, AIO, SNOCNA, Cenacoli: 300 Euro
- IFED memers: 300 Euro
- Students: 100 Euro
- Non members: 350 Euro