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2007 - AAO Interdisciplinary Conference - Interdisciplinary Management of Missing Maxillary Incisors: Space Closure, Autotransplantation, or Implant



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Description

This lecture will deal with the advantages and disadvantages of different treatment options for replacement of missing maxillary central and/or lateral incisors in young and adult/elderly patients. The short- and long-term appearance associated with the following treatment options will be covered:

  • orthodontic space closure - combination of carefully detailed orthodontic treatment and techniques from esthetic dentistry (restoration with porcelain laminate veneers and hybrid composites)
  • autotransplantation of developing premolars (restoration of the abnormal crowns with porcelain veneer crowns)
  • single tooth implants (restoration with porcelain crowns)
Particular emphasis will be given to the following: (1) esthetic outcome, (2) practicality and safety, (3) evidence base, and (4) long-term results for each of the alternative solutions. Learning objectives: Appreciate the advantages and disadvantages for the different treatment options to replace missing maxillary central incisors; appreciate the advantages and disadvantages for the different treatment options to replace missing maxillary lateral incisors; learn about the advantages of ultrathin porcelain laminate veneers compared with conventional porcelain fused to gold or all-ceramic crowns; learn about the long-term outcomes when teeth are replaced in young adult patients.

Learning Objectives:

  • Appreciate the advantages and disadvantages for the different treatment options to replace missing maxillary central incisors
  • Appreciate the advantages and disadvantages for the different treatment options to replace missing maxillary lateral incisors
  • Learn about the advantages of ultrathin porcelain laminate veneers compared with conventional porcelain fused to gold or all ceramic crowns
  • Learn about the long-term outcomes when teeth are replaced in young adult patients

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Credits

  • 1.50 - CE

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