Published in September 1985
Conservative restoration of a dental element salvaged by means of a periodontal gingival and bone operation
Physician and Surgeon specializing in Dentistry. Periodontist.
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9. Suturing of flap with single stitches. 10. On the palatal side suturing is done carefully to avoid damage to tissues on which the gingivectomy was performed.
11. The clinical crown is completely attackable so the dam can be positioned. 12. Stages in conservative restoration.
13. The edge of the filling most coronal to the gingival margin which seals the tooth is clearly visible.
14. Restoration has been completed rationally.
16. Periapical appearance and appearance of the entire bone supporting the healthy tooth after 24 months.
15. Endodontal treatment following the operation.

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