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Bonding bridge ceramic on veneer in failure implant case for young adult or teenager: Case report
23rd Global Dentists and Pediatric Dentistry Annual Meeting
July 17-18, 2017 Munich, Germany

Raphael Boudas

Strasbourg University, France

Scientific Tracks Abstracts: Dentistry


The new techniques of bonding ceramic by ARC adhesive restoration in ceramic created a wonderful opportunity for new treatment in pediatric dentistry and treatment of aesthetics cases. The aim of this study is to illustrate solutions for trauma causes in anterior sector by new techniques which are invasive in case where there is no possibility of implantology. The approach of the smile restoration of teenagers or young adult would be revolutionized for anterior unitary edentulous by technique of bonding bridge ceramic with base in lithium disilicate associated with technique veneers. So, the techniques which were predominant were bonding bridge with one fin in metal. Today, the more innovating techniques initiated by Dr. Gil Tirlet (Paris, France) are for the cases which requires aesthetic integration for the use of bonding bridge ceramic in lithium disilicate associated with or without veneers. The problem in case of children or teenagers having suffered a trauma from accidents or a tooth loss due to a pathological process is to find a solution to restore the smile in a sustainable manner for the child. Apart from that, surgical implant treatment is not always possible mainly because of the facial growth preventing notably for the boy to realize an implant until an advanced age. In spite of that the surgical site does not always permit the placement of an implant in favorable conditions despite the techniques of bone grafting. This article proposes to expose this new technique of bonded ceramic bridge to a fin as a reference treatment of the unitary edentulous in aesthetic sector making it possible to rehabilitate in a sustainable and non-invasive manner the smile of the teenagers.

Biography :

Raphael Boudas has completed his DMD at Strasbourg University and Post-doctoral studies in Aesthetic Dentistry at Strasbourg University School of Dental Medicine. He is Dental Surgeon Specialist in Dental Cosmetic and Global Rehabilitation at private practice. He is member of MIMESIS specialist group in aesthetic dentistry with French language. He has published three papers in reputed journals.