Gregory Camaleonte

I was born in 1980 in Marseille-France and i have graduated in 2006 from the University of the méditerranean – Faculty of Dentistry of Marseille. I have graduated in 2008 from the same university the DUORE ( university degree of aesthetic and adhesive dentistry ). I am a member and a teacher of the Smile Academy (www.academie-du-sourire.com) with André Faucher (my professionnal father), Jean-Louis Brouillet and Jean-Christophe Paris and a member of Mimesis, a research group in aesthetic and adhesive dentistry (www.mimesis-esthetique.com). Author and co-author of several publications, lecturer in national congresses and courses. I’m passionate about photography and i am also graduated from the Nikon School. I have a private practice in Marseille.
I was born in 1980 in Marseille-France and i have graduated in 2006 from the University of the méditerranean – Faculty of Dentistry of Marseille. I have graduated in 2008 from the same university the DUORE ( university degree of aesthetic and adhesive dentistry ). I am a member and a teacher of the Smile Academy (www.academie-du-sourire.com) with André Faucher (my professionnal father), Jean-Louis Brouillet and Jean-Christophe Paris and a member of Mimesis, a research group in aesthetic and adhesive dentistry (www.mimesis-esthetique.com). Author and co-author of several publications, lecturer in national congresses and courses. I’m passionate about photography and i am also graduated from the Nikon School. I have a private practice in Marseille.

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Practitioners are faced today with increasing aesthetic demand from the patients and must respond by using simple reproducible and if possible conservative protocols.One of the first concern of the patient is the shade of their teeth, especially when white spots cover a big part of their front teeth.There are several treatment options described to correct this affection and one of the most conservative and efficient is the erosion/infiltration protocol by using Icon system.This technique was first developed to process initial carious lesions of the posterior sectors. This procedure had the effect of removing the whitish coloration of demineralized areas and has therefore been proposed and improved to treat the anterior region.

For any aesthetic treatment, the practitioner should encourage the patient to express his motivations and desires. The dentist must devote time to listen, understand and guide the demand. After a thorough analysis of existing problems, with clinical examination, x-rays and photos, a treatment may be proposed to the patient, who then might accept it or not. In case of refusal, it is important to understand its reasons and, if possible, to make another proposal in accordance with the patient's expectations as long as they are realistic; the patient will have to understand and accept the limits of the second proposal. When agreement is reached, study models are needed and through the realization of diagnostic wax-up, dentist and laboratory can show the expected outcome to the patient. In the following case, we will see how we managed the treatment plan after the patient refused our first proposal.
Among all facial injuries, dental traumas are the most common and mainly affect young people. In case of coronal fracture of an anterior tooth, we need an appropriate treatment plan if we want to have a good prognosis. If the complete fragment is available, total reattachment with composite is the best option for long lasting outcome. It will help us to save time by using a simple, predictable and reliable procedure. It will help the patient as well to save money because he won't need any direct or indirect restoration that can be expensive. Let’s see how to proceed with a clinical case.
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