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is the deep margin elevation concept during endocrown preparation accepted scientifically?

17th October2018 04:30 PM - 05:00 PM
HALL abdeen

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Abstract:

It is known that endodontically treated teeth are more prone to fracture, due to the changes in the biomechanics of the tooth attributed to the loss of tissue .However, not only are the dimensions of the cavity or lack of tissue important, but the depth of the defect that could reach the periodontal tissues is also a detrimental factor. It must be kept in mind that deep cervical margins are critical, as the subgingival position hinders clinical management, and sealing can be challenged due to the complexity of the isolation, sometimes becoming almost unreachable. It is these cases in which we perform a deep margin elevation (DME), as an attempt to return a manageable margin.