Minimum intervention management of diastema closure using cordless displacement system and laminate veneers: A 2-year follow-up
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This case report presents a minimally invasive diastema treatment using cordless gingival displacement system allowing a very conservative intervention. A 32-year-old female patient who presented with diastema in her upper front teeth opted for a treatment using laminate veneers to ensure achieving adequate tooth proportion and gingival levels. Having a displacement material that exerts excessive pressure during the displacement process can lead to disruption of the junctional epithelium and damage to periodontal tissues. This case report focuses on the effectiveness of the use of a minimally invasive method of gingival management. Two-year follow-up no infiltration, sensitivities, or fractures were detected on teeth, and indirect restorations, the purposed treatment allowed a quick, effective, and durable resolution for diastema.