BLACK TRIANGLE TREATMENT WITH NON SURGERYAESTHETIC RESTORATION (CASE REPORT)
Introduction: Black Triangle is a periodontal problem which is very disturbing to esthetics because it disturbs the patient's appearance. In the case of black triangle, the patient's teeth will appear elongated with a large embrassure and often feel sore. The usual treatment is surgery, but often the end result is unsatisfactory because from the aesthetic point of view it is not corrected and the post-surgical healing process is long, and the lack of success in surgical treatment makes the teeth appear elongated with visible embrassure gaps still present. Purpose: This case report informs us that the black triangle case was successfully treated by non-surgical aesthetic restoration. Procedure: A 22-year-old female patient with complaints of impaired appearance because teeth 43, 42, 41, 31, 32, and 33 have black triangles and often have pain in these areas. Patients object to surgery because they are afraid and do not want repeated visits. The case analysis was carried out, then, the preparation was in the embrassure area. First, color matching with a shade guide, applying PTFE, then applying bonding and drying it moist, then shining with LEDs for 20 seconds. Application of color A2 pacable composite resin and forms all exposed parts of the embrassure. Then do the finishing and polish. Result: the open embrassure area is corrected. The patient feels very satisfied. Conclusion: black triangle cases can be corrected by non-surgical aesthetic restoration treatment.