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Portfolio Wei Hung He
• He,Wei-Hung, DDS, MS	

• Academy of Endodontology, R.O.C., Specialist	

• Academy of Operative Dentistry, R.O.C., Specia...
Case 1 

Anterior 

Ceramic Crowns
• trauma over anterior region 	

• 12, 11, 21, 22 fracture	

• 11 & 21 crack lines were noticed.
• tooth preparation
Case 2 

Posterior Ceramic Crown
• old PFM crown with subgingival caries
• remove caries, repair, and prepare for crown
Case 3 Deep Subgingival Cavity Filling
• patient with Parkinson’s disease and multiple systemic diseases	

• asked for con...
• restored with RMGI and composite resin	

• 2 months follow-up
• before treatment
• after treatment, composite resin with RMGI base
• before treatment • soft tissue loss in the interpro...
Case 4 

Ceramic Onlay
• 36 ceramic onlay with cervical CRF	

• 1 year follow-up	

• 35 crown was fabricated by other dent...
• Insufficient tooth structure for crown preparation	

• 36 vital pulp
• remove caries, ready for indirect pulp capping
• indirect pulp capping and CRF	

• arrange 6 months follow-up
• onlay try-in • onlay cementation
•1 year follow-up• blue ...
Case 5 Bleaching and Ceramic Crown
• chief complaint: to improve 21 aesthetic	

• 21 tooth discoloration
• 2 months follow up
• fiber reinforced palatal resin plate for temporary veneer to attach on
• buccal space left for bleaching powder
• post an...
• without try-in paste
• water serves as try-in paste
• with opaque white try-in paste
• black and white
• cross polarizat...
• Being a dentist leading a busy and hectic life, I still strive for perfection in
everything I do. Meanwhile, I never for...
Case 6 

Maryland Bridge
• ameloblastoma in the anterior region of lower jaw 	

• patient received treatment in OMS department
• RCT over 33-43	

•...
• before treatment
• 1 month follow up
• 15 months follow up	

• 31 labial surface is less stained
from smoking, thus appe...
Case 7 

Direct Composite Filling
• 14 y/o boy	

• trauma over anterior region	

• 12 concussion, crown fracture, pulp exp...
• direct composite resin filling, before final polishing
• polished and 1 month follow up
• 14 months follow up	

• re-eruption of intruded 21	

• gingival form around 21 has recovered
• initial
• 1 months
• 8 mo...
surface degradation noted after 14 months Re-polished surface
• Wide range of composite resin reconstruction should only b...
Case 8 Combine ENDO and CBCT
• 36 floor perforation with pus discharge, cannot locate DB orifice • after disinfection and dr...
• superimpose the CBCT and microscope images
•DB canal found • negotiate through DB canal
Case 9 Removal of Separated Instrument
• remove the separated instrument in the apical area

by using IRS system.
Some more about my dental life…
• DIY light source for crack examination
•block the crack line with this onlay
• While the dual flash is not available…

just 5 mins to make your ring flash updated.

• Dentistry is my passion. It is always lots of fun for me to explore, to learn, to brainstorm, to share, and to make frie...
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  1. 1. Portfolio Wei Hung He
  2. 2. • He,Wei-Hung, DDS, MS • Academy of Endodontology, R.O.C., Specialist • Academy of Operative Dentistry, R.O.C., Specialist • Kaohsiung Chang Gung Memorial Hospital • willho1981@gmail.comPortfolio
  3. 3. Case 1 
 Anterior 
 Ceramic Crowns
  4. 4. • trauma over anterior region • 12, 11, 21, 22 fracture • 11 & 21 crack lines were noticed. • tooth preparation
  5. 5. Case 2 
 Posterior Ceramic Crown
  6. 6. • old PFM crown with subgingival caries • remove caries, repair, and prepare for crown
  7. 7. Case 3 Deep Subgingival Cavity Filling • patient with Parkinson’s disease and multiple systemic diseases • asked for conservative treatment • deep subgingival caries with fillings of poor quality
  8. 8. • restored with RMGI and composite resin • 2 months follow-up
  9. 9. • before treatment • after treatment, composite resin with RMGI base • before treatment • soft tissue loss in the interproximal area • remove old filling material • just finished
  10. 10. Case 4 
 Ceramic Onlay • 36 ceramic onlay with cervical CRF • 1 year follow-up • 35 crown was fabricated by other dentist
  11. 11. • Insufficient tooth structure for crown preparation • 36 vital pulp • remove caries, ready for indirect pulp capping
  12. 12. • indirect pulp capping and CRF • arrange 6 months follow-up • onlay try-in • onlay cementation •1 year follow-up• blue area shows the remained tooth structure
  13. 13. Case 5 Bleaching and Ceramic Crown • chief complaint: to improve 21 aesthetic • 21 tooth discoloration
  14. 14. • 2 months follow up
  15. 15. • fiber reinforced palatal resin plate for temporary veneer to attach on • buccal space left for bleaching powder • post and core build-up• after crown and cast post removal • bleaching for 10 weeks
  16. 16. • without try-in paste • water serves as try-in paste • with opaque white try-in paste • black and white • cross polarization • dark light from incisal • dark light from facial •Try-in protocol: color matching
  17. 17. • Being a dentist leading a busy and hectic life, I still strive for perfection in everything I do. Meanwhile, I never forget my dream of further study. I wish to fellow my mentor to explore the essence of dentistry in the near future.
  18. 18. Case 6 
 Maryland Bridge
  19. 19. • ameloblastoma in the anterior region of lower jaw • patient received treatment in OMS department • RCT over 33-43 • 32 is structurally compromised, 
 without sufficient structure for crown 
 and bridge preparation.
  20. 20. • before treatment • 1 month follow up • 15 months follow up • 31 labial surface is less stained from smoking, thus appears brighter than the other teeth. • Reinforcement of oral hygiene instructions is necessary.
  21. 21. Case 7 
 Direct Composite Filling • 14 y/o boy • trauma over anterior region • 12 concussion, crown fracture, pulp exposure • 11 subluxation, crown fracture • 21 intrusion, crown fracture • 22 concussion, crown fracture
  22. 22. • direct composite resin filling, before final polishing • polished and 1 month follow up
  23. 23. • 14 months follow up • re-eruption of intruded 21 • gingival form around 21 has recovered • initial • 1 months • 8 months • 14 months • incisal edge adjusted
  24. 24. surface degradation noted after 14 months Re-polished surface • Wide range of composite resin reconstruction should only be used as a transitional treatment option.
  25. 25. Case 8 Combine ENDO and CBCT • 36 floor perforation with pus discharge, cannot locate DB orifice • after disinfection and dressing • perforation repair: MTA covered with a protective layer of CR •CBCT
  26. 26. • superimpose the CBCT and microscope images •DB canal found • negotiate through DB canal
  27. 27. Case 9 Removal of Separated Instrument • remove the separated instrument in the apical area
 by using IRS system.
  28. 28. Some more about my dental life… • DIY light source for crack examination •block the crack line with this onlay
  29. 29. • While the dual flash is not available…
 just 5 mins to make your ring flash updated.

  30. 30. • Dentistry is my passion. It is always lots of fun for me to explore, to learn, to brainstorm, to share, and to make friends. • Color matching practice: trying to use in dentistry… • Crystal of NaOCl • apical microsurgery: 46 mesial root • my loupes: 2.5X, 3.5X, 6X
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