Gingivectomy for restoring regular concave arch. Case Report

da Nova CRUZ, Luis Eduardo Rilling; MARTOS, Josué; do CANTO, Bruna Ramos; KODAMA, Ayumi Batista
October 2011
Revista Dental Press de Periodontia e Implantologia;oct-dec2011, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p82
Academic Journal
Case Study
This work aimed at describing a periodontal surgical treatment in the region of upper incisive teeth with the purpose of restoring periodontal esthetics after orthodontic treatment. Gingivectomy associated to periodontal plastic surgery enabled periodontal esthetics in this clinical case, thus, solving the periodontal disproportion.


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