The advent of digital technology has positively changed the way of examining, diagnosing, prognosticating and treating patients in the different specialties, as well as facilitating laboratory work.
The Cllones method is a concept that brings together all the techniques and protocols developed by Dr. Paulo Kano that make it possible to recreate dental morphology naturally and predictably.
This workflow includes Mockups, Photography, Video, Digital Planning, Flapless Surgery, Tooth Preparation, Scanning, Ceramic Staining, Cementation, Occlusion Adjustment and Dental Implant.
Resulting in a personalized aesthetic, according to the patient’s choices.
Cllones revolutionizes the way of making dental restorations, achieving excellence in function, physiology, aesthetics and can be used in various oral rehabilitation indications.
The main objective of the use of digital resources in aesthetic restorations is to increase the predictability of the treatment, since it enables the simulation and planning of the clinical case, providing an early visualization of the final restoration, from the beginning of the treatment.
The evolution of adhesive aesthetic materials has profoundly changed the modern restorative approach.
Modern adhesive restorative materials are now able to guarantee excellent long-term results from a morphological, functional and aesthetic point of view. However, this need a deep knowledge of the materials themselves, of the techniques and of the fundamental objective and subjective aesthetic parameters.
The digital aesthetic preview (Digital Smile Design) is an important communication tool with the patient and is a key element that guides the diagnostic wax-up.
This will be followed by a clinical preview using a mock-up. As part of direct restorative solutions, composite materials are usually used with rigorous layering methods with the aid of a palatine matrix template. In some clinical situations, direct veneering of the V surfaces is performed with possible modification of the emergence profiles.
In all these cases, however, it is evident that the modeling of the vestisbular surface and the definition of the macro and microgeography of superficies are necessarily carried out “free-hand”.
Ultra-conservative techniques (eg microabrasion, erosion-infiltration, re-gluing of the fragment ..) and mucogingival surgery are further options for a complete approach to the aesthetic sectors. A recently acquired technique which is attracting great interest among professionals is the Injection Molding Technique.
The author has carefully developed the technique with the aid of a new template dedicated to the injection procedure and called Triple Layer Silicon Index.
The technique assumes the use of flowable composites or thermo-viscose composites and allows the restoration of the shape, surface and surface texture of the elements by replicating shapes defined in the laboratory by accurate waxing and tested with mock-ups before being injected. the pure restorative one especially in additive cases (eg diastemas, erosion / abrasion etc.) from the single restoration or of some frontal elements up to the full mouth adhesive rehabilitaion. However, the technique also becomes strategic in orthodontic cases in order to define the final volumes before the orthodontic movements: this is a huge advantage for the orthodontist. A very important last option developed by the author is the application of the injection technique in even severe periodontal cases with significant loss of periodontal support; in these cases, after an adequate surgical or non-surgical periodontal therapy, it is possible to re-establish adequate shapes by closing black triangles and possibly splinting together the elements with significant mobility. , constitutes an extraordinary therapeutic opportunity in an increasingly conservative and minimally invasive perspective, which also allows lower times and costs than a traditional prosthetic or implant approach.
The achievement of Aesthetics can not but go through the patient’s expectations. Disappointing results are not only due to technical or clinical problems, rather, frequently, the result of poor communication with the patient. A correct Aesthetic Preview it is the only system that allows us to control the function and, above all, the final aesthetic result before starting work.
Through this technique, dental preparations will be minimally invasive and in any case less destructive than traditional preparations.
Digital technique and classical technique are compared in order to be able to trace the guidelines to be followed for a correct clinical execution.
Throughout the years proper protocols were created by top world specialists.
Then, microscopes and other magnification systems were introduced into a daily practice, and now it is difficult to imagine dentistry without them.
Everything seemed completed.
Modern dentistry moves one.
We are going digital.”