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Multidisciplinary Dentistry – from planning with DSD and Ceramic Veneers for Orthodontic Finalization -a Clinical Case Report

Today’s dentist does not just repair teeth to make them better for chewing. Increasingly, his or her work involves aesthetics. With patients demanding more attractive teeth, dentists now must become more familiar with interdisciplinary dentistry. 

In this case , we systematically evaluated the dentofacial aesthetics using the Digital Smile Design concept in a logical, interdisciplinary manner. In today’s interdisciplinary dental world, treatment planning must begin with well-defined aesthetic objectives.


After analysing this patient , we started with crown lengthening procedure, followed by orthodontics to reduce the overjet , otherwise her case would have been perfect for veneers . However it would have an aggressive veneer preparation. 

From beginning to end of treatment


This case provides a systematic method , beginning with aesthetics, and taking into consideration the impact on function, structure, and biology, the clinician will be able to use the various disciplines in dentistry to deliver the highest level of dental care to each patient.

Treating the Terminal Dentition using Guided Surgery driven from DSD treatment concept

Treating the Terminal Dentition & the Fully Edentulous Patient using Guided Surgery driven from the Digital Smile Design treatment concept.

The patient with terminal dentition or with an edentulous state unquestionably faces a disfiguring condition. Over the past decades, Continue reading “Treating the Terminal Dentition using Guided Surgery driven from DSD treatment concept”

Bracket repositioning using photography

We reposition brackets based on root position as viewed on on the Radiograph as well as marginal ridge heights as viewed in the mouth. On top of that we @drkamsiah also use photos of patients to help us position the brackets.

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