Pink esthetics: How to create natural-looking gingiva with laboratory composite?
In view of the many dental restorations requiring additional areas with gingiva, pink esthetics – e.g. the lifelike design of the gingiva – is becoming increasingly important. If you are interested in learning how to make natural-looking gingival areas using laboratory composite, read on!
Pink esthetics is becoming increasingly important
High quality dental restorations are distinguished by a high level of biocompatibility, ease of hygiene and a natural appearance. The main focus of attention is primarily the patient's white esthetics, as this is essential for the positive perception and success of a prosthetic restoration. However, the pink esthetics is coming more and more in focus. Pink esthetics is a crucial aspect in the natural appearance of a prosthetic restoration. The gingival areas to be replaced have to be reproduced perfectly and meet individual requirements. After all, the gingiva is a complex structure with blood vessels, light-dark areas and alveoli. Among other things, aspects such as age and ethnic origin play a role in its appearance. For a long time, meeting all these details was far from easy.
Gingiva guide gives tips
We have put together a guide. This will help you in the challenge of producing natural-looking gingiva with the laboratory composite SR Nexco. Step by step, the guide is divided into the chapters
- Framework design,
- dental veneering,
- gingival veneering,
- Finishing and polishing.
Finally, finished results are presented. It includes specific product and processing instructions.