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Article:

Esthetic Rehabilitation of a Worn Dentition with a Minimally Invasive Prosthetic Procedure

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Date Added:

3/2/2016

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Crowns and Bridges, Porcelain Veneers, Other Specialties,
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Summary:

A Minimally invasive prosthetic procedure (MIPP) for the esthetic rehabilitation of the complete arch advocates the preservation of enamel to optimize the adhesive bond of the luting agent to both the tooth surface and the etchable ceramic restoration. When esthetic rehabilitation of a worn dentition is required, a MIPP can be selected to reduce the biological cost of removing additional enamel tooth structure. The fundamental steps to achieve this goal are to: (see in article) This article presents a comprehensive, minimally invasive prosthetic treatment approach for the esthetic rehabilitation of a severely worn dentition using a lithium disilicate all-ceramic material with partial and complete coverage restorations.