THIS IS NOT A STORY ABOUT DENTISTRY – THIS IS THE STORY OF A DREAM
The edentulism of the jaws and the periondontal disease are conditions that could lead to disruption of the alveolar bone and then to creation of crestal defects or situations of maxillary atrophy. The restoration of the functional condition involves the use of biomaterials such as membranes and bone grafts.
Dr Cicero as a periodontist is specialized in the treatment of this pathology. His every day goal is to save compromised tissues and teeth and rehabilitate the arch to it’s original aesthetic and mechanical functions using cutting-edge procedures.
The dental crown lengthening procedure, excess gum and bone tissue is removed and reshaped to expose more of the natural tooth. This can be done to one tooth, to even your gum line, or to several teeth to expose a natural, broad smile.
A gummy smile is defined as an excessive gingival display, when a patient smiles and shows too much of the gum above the top of the front teeth. This condition occurs when the upper jaw is vertically too long, when the teeth are too small, when the top lip is too short or when the gums are too long or enlarged and they are covering the crown of the teeth.
Computer guided surgery is an innovative and minimally invasive technique in the field of implantology that allows implant placement with extreme precision. In fact, thanks to a 3D planning software, it is possible to reconstruct in detail the patient’s arch from the reading of the preoperative CT to evaluate the state of the bone, soft tissues and the relationships with adjacent structures.
All on four
All on four is a new generation implant procedure. It is the best way to rehabilitate a toothless arch by the uses of 4 implants and a fixed prosthesis with 10/12 teeth. This tecnhique allows the possibility of an excellent esthetic in the anterior areas and to positioning only four implants where there isn’t enough bone and gum for a stable mobile prosthesis. In a short time the patient will receive a complete rehabilitation of his mouth that is absolutely comfortable and durable.
Surgical Braces and orthognatic surgery
Orthognathic surgery also known as corrective jaw surgery, is designed to correct conditions of the jaw and face related to structure, growth, sleep apnea, TMJ disorders, malocclusion problems owing to skeletal disharmonies, or other orthodontic problems that cannot be easily treated with braces.
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