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簡天正 – 講題摘要





簡天正 博士  Dr. Chien, Tein-Cheng

. Ph.D. in Medical Management, University of South Carolina, USA
. Master of Health Management, St. Louis University, USA
. D.D.S. of Department of Dentistry, Kaohsiung Medical University
. 美國南卡大學醫務管理哲學博士(Ph.D.)(1998-2002)
. 美國聖路易大學醫管碩士專修(M.H.A.)(1996-1998)
. 高雄醫學大學牙醫學系(D.D.S.)(1981-1987)
. The 7th President of Taiwan Dental Management Association
. Professor of Research at the Johns Hopkins University Public Health Center, USA
. 台灣口腔醫務管理學會第七屆理事長
. 美國約翰霍普金斯大學公衛所(U. of John Hopkins)研究指導教授
. Superintendent of the Taipei Premier Dental Clinic、
. Founder of the Taipei Premier Institue (TPI Study Club)
. 首席牙醫診所院長、
. TPI首席牙醫美容讀書會創辦人


Topic :

Laser Clinical Management of Digital Smile Design for Full Ceramics Smile Esthetics Rehabilitation


Abstract :

After the 2000s, the Digital Smile Laser Esthetics Dentistry have entered a fairly mature stage; especially in the development of clinical minimally invasive all-ceramic aesthetic restoration technology and medical application, such as the following three methodologies: 一、Laser MicroDentistry Technology for Hard & Soft Tissue Treatment;二、Laser Etching Methodology for Dental Adhesive Bonding Technology; 三、Dental Laser Assisted for Ultraconservative Full-ceramic Rehabilitation。

The wavelength of the laser is used to determine its characteristics and functions, because different wavelengths have different efficiencies for tissue absorption; the application of lasers in the field of aesthetic dentistry will of course include lasers of different wavelengths.Specific wavelengths can lead to accuracy and correctness, while reducing the damage caused by traditional dental instruments in surrounding tissues; the clinical application of minimally invasive aesthetic restorations in today’s dental lasers has changed the way of clinical modification and treatment planning, are developed. Laser clinical applications in cosmetic dentistry include soft tissue and hard tissue; including Thermal effects; Mechanical effects; Hydrodynamic effect and LLLT.

It is necessary to preserve the clinical criteria of the tooth tissues and structure as much as possible; mainly to study the principles of dental laserography, aesthetic analysis of smiles, principles of bonding techniques, principles of colorology, clinical aesthetic concepts of visual principles, It is always used in diagnosis, treatment planning and mechanical transfer.