The need to rehabilitate severely compromised teeth is frequent in daily clinical practice. Tooth extraction and replacement with dental implant represents a common treatment choice. However, the survival rate for implants is inferior to teeth, even if severely damaged but properly treated. In order to reestablish a physiological supracrestal tissue attachment of damaged teeth and to arrange an efficient ferrule effect, three options can be considered: crown lengthening, orthodontic extrusion and surgical extrusion. Crown lengthening is considered an invasive technique that causes the removal of part of the bony support, while both orthodontic and surgical extrusion can avoid this inconvenience and can be used successfully in the treatment of severely damaged teeth. The aim of the present narrative review is to compare advantages, disadvantages, time of therapy required, contraindications and complications of both techniques.

Cordaro, M., Staderini, E., Torsello, F., Grande, N. M., Turchi, M., Cordaro, M., Orthodontic extrusion vs. Surgical extrusion to rehabilitate severely damaged teeth: A literature review, <<INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND PUBLIC HEALTH>>, 2021; 18 (18): 9530-9530. [doi:10.3390/ijerph18189530] [https://hdl.handle.net/10807/237194]

Orthodontic extrusion vs. Surgical extrusion to rehabilitate severely damaged teeth: A literature review

Cordaro, Martina
Primo
Conceptualization
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Staderini, Edoardo
Secondo
Methodology
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Torsello, Ferruccio
Writing – Review & Editing
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Grande, Nicola Maria
Data Curation
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Turchi, Matteo
Penultimo
Validation
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Cordaro, Massimo
Ultimo
Supervision
2021

Abstract

The need to rehabilitate severely compromised teeth is frequent in daily clinical practice. Tooth extraction and replacement with dental implant represents a common treatment choice. However, the survival rate for implants is inferior to teeth, even if severely damaged but properly treated. In order to reestablish a physiological supracrestal tissue attachment of damaged teeth and to arrange an efficient ferrule effect, three options can be considered: crown lengthening, orthodontic extrusion and surgical extrusion. Crown lengthening is considered an invasive technique that causes the removal of part of the bony support, while both orthodontic and surgical extrusion can avoid this inconvenience and can be used successfully in the treatment of severely damaged teeth. The aim of the present narrative review is to compare advantages, disadvantages, time of therapy required, contraindications and complications of both techniques.
2021
Inglese
Cordaro, M., Staderini, E., Torsello, F., Grande, N. M., Turchi, M., Cordaro, M., Orthodontic extrusion vs. Surgical extrusion to rehabilitate severely damaged teeth: A literature review, <<INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND PUBLIC HEALTH>>, 2021; 18 (18): 9530-9530. [doi:10.3390/ijerph18189530] [https://hdl.handle.net/10807/237194]
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