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Dr. Pranav Gupta
Dr. Pranav Gupta
Dr. Pranav Gupta
Dr. Pranav Gupta
Dr. Pranav Gupta
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Dr. Pranav Gupta

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IIDC 2013

IIDC 2013

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  • 1. Maxillary Anterior Papilla Display During Smiling In North Indian Sub Population “Charm, confidence, success, fame and power it all starts with a smile. The key is knowing what to reveal and what to conceal” Aim: To evaluate the display of maxillary anterior papilla which is an important factor while determining the esthetics of the patient.Slide No. 1 Dr. Pranav Poster No.18
  • 2. According to Tjen et al classification: Average smile line where 75 to 100% of tooth display High smile line where Low smile line where100% of tooth and some less than 75% of toothpart of midfacial gingive is visible visible Slide No. 2 Dr. Pranav No.18
  • 3. Criteria used in study High Gingival Low Gingival Cupid’s Bow Gingival Smile Line Smile Line Smile Line High Interdental Low Interdental Cupid’s Bow Smile Line Smile Line Interdental Smile LineSlide No. 3 Dr. Pranav Poster No.18
  • 4. During sampling frontal and lateral view of the patients were recorded to classify them according to the criteria made Frontal view Lateral viewSlide No. 4 Dr. Pranav Poster No.18
  • 5. Case Discussion • 71.4% people showed high interdental smile and 89.8% showed display of interdental papilla during smiling. • This study is unique as it evaluates the relation of anterior maxillary papilla to the esthetics. • Mark N. Hochman et al found interdental papilla display in 91% of chinese population.Slide No. 5 Dr. Pranav Poster No.18
  • 6. Conclusion• Today’s requirements of professional achievement and public service cannot be measured by yesterday’s standards of techniques or materials. In this study, there is display of interdental papilla in significantly higher number of patients which signifies the importance of the interdental papillae during smiling and its preservance during restorative treatment procedures.Slide No. 6 Dr. Pranav Poster No.18
  • 7. Conclusion• Today’s requirements of professional achievement and public service cannot be measured by yesterday’s standards of techniques or materials. In this study, there is display of interdental papilla in significantly higher number of patients which signifies the importance of the interdental papillae during smiling and its preservance during restorative treatment procedures.Slide No. 6 Dr. Pranav Poster No.18

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