Relokacja brzegu ubytku zlokalizowanego poddziąsłowo w technice adhezyjnej – analiza problemu klinicznego

Relokacja brzegu ubytku zlokalizowanego poddziąsłowo w technice adhezyjnej – analiza problemu klinicznego

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Rekonstrukcja korony zęba z ubytkami rozprzestrzeniającymi się poddziąsłowo w odcinku bocznym jest klinicznym wyzwaniem. Podniesienie dna ubytku zlokalizowanego proksymalnie i wykonanie rekonstrukcji pośredniej jest jedną z dostępnych metod leczenia. Stanowi ciekawą opcję, której zastosowanie w wybranych sytuacjach klinicznych daje dobre rezultaty długoterminowe. Niniejsza publikacja opisuje protokół postępowania, który jest alternatywą dla stosowanych i szeroko opisanych w literaturze procedur wydłużenia korony klinicznej lub ortodontycznej ekstruzji.
 
Abstract
Reconstruction of the tooth crown with cavities spreading subgingival lateral area in the lateral part is a clinical challenge. Relocation subgingival margin localized in proximal area and performing indirect reconstruction is one of the available methods of treatment. It is an interesting alternative, the use of which in selected clinical situations gives good long-term results. This publication describes a protocol of treatment, which is an alternative to the procedures used for extending the clinical crown or orthodontic extrusion, which are widely used and described in the literature.
 
Hasła indeksowe: relokacja brzegu ubytku, szerokość biologiczna, adhezja, odbudowa pośrednia
 
Key words: relocation of the margin of the cavity, biologic width, adhesion, indirect restoration

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