Minimally Invasive Prosthetic Procedures (MIPP) In Prosthetic Rehabilitations
When you want to learn from the best experts in the world, you know that Prof. Mauro Fradeani is on the most important level of competence in aesthetic prosthetics on a global scale.
Thus, we created the first Dental Leaders class that will follow directly at the Fradeani Institute, MIPP Hybrid, this highly successful personalized program. Participating in this program is a unique opportunity to be part of the Dental Leaders Community and to accumulate valuable DL credits in your educational journey with us.
• Learn how to determine an appropriate esthetic and functional treatment plan with a digital approach.
• Learn how to minimize the invasiveness of the prosthetic treatment by altering the VDO, reducing the ceramic thickness and using appropriate bonding procedures.
• Learn how to achieve a predictable and long-lasting esthetic and functional full-mouth prosthetic rehabilitation.
A systematic approach based on 35 years of experience allows the dentist to address highly compromised clinical situations with the application of minimally invasive prosthetic procedures (MIPPs).
Through the alteration of the vertical dimension of occlusion (VDO), it is possible to take advantage of the newly created space between the two arches. The result of this technique is a dramatic minimization of the invasiveness of the prosthetic treatment when seating veneers, full veneers, buccal-occlusal veneers and tabletops, even with reduced ceramic thickness. This procedure also enables the clinician to re-establish an ideal occlusal relationship and avoid additional endodontic and/or surgical procedures, which previously were necessary in order to improve the retention of the restorations. Finally, the maintenance of a maximum amount of enamel, combined with the use of the appropriate bonding technique, guarantees remarkable resistance of the restorations and a long-lasting result of the prosthetic rehabilitation.
A 12-year follow-up of this technique will be demonstrated through the presentation of clinical cases.