Biologic Interfaces in Esthetic Dentistry. Part I: The Perio/Restorative Interface

Körner, Gerd; Happe, Arndt
June 2011
European Journal of Esthetic Dentistry;2011, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p206
Academic Journal
Information regarding the Active Members Meeting of the European Association of Esthetic Dentistry (EAED) held in October 2010 regarding biological interfaces which was held in Tremezzo, Italy. Topics include esthetics and stability of the interfaces, surgical intervention which include crown lengthening, tissue regeneration, and soft tissue grafting, and reconstruction of interproximal papilla. The meeting featured several dentists such as Gerd Körner and Arndt Happe.


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