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Minimally Invasive Cosmetic Restorative Dentistry with Minimal Prep Veneers: A Case Report

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A 46-year-old male patient presented with concerns about the esthetics of his maxillary anterior dentition. His chief complaint was the diastemata between both central incisors and between the right central and canine. Both of his maxillary lateral incisors had been congenitally missing and were substituted by moving his canines and premolars orthodontically at a young age. However, spaces returned between his anterior teeth following orthodontic therapy. Despite the attempts of minimal enameloplasty, the transformation of the canines to lateral incisors has remained unsatisfactory. The patient refused further orthodontic therapy to close his multiple diastema. As another option, we utilized minimally invasive restorative cosmetic therapy which would conserve maximum tooth structure. The treatment plan comprised six veneers covering the maxillary central incisors, the canines, and the first premolars. This Minimum Prep Veneer therapy provided the Esthetic Care the patient desired.

Date Added:
6/25/2013

Author(s):

Giuseppe Romeo, MDT, CDT Giuseppe Romeo, MDT, CDT
Giuseppe Romeo, MDT-CDT, was born in Port Chester (New York -USA). Dental Technician based in Torino, Italy.
Given a degree to with 5° the year of Dental Techn...
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Questions & Comments
Mohammed Alasgah - (11/27/2013 6:09 AM)

Great lecturer, Alasgah

giuseppe romeo - (7/18/2013 1:38 AM)

Hi Ward, the 2 centrals are no prep veneer and the little cervical resection is covred by a little layer of transparent ceramic iuxta gengival, just to maintain the chroma in the cervical area. About bonding in dentin , this a clinical topic but i can tell tou that dr Pascal Magne recently published articles about how is efficient the bonding with the dentin doing serveral tests with a load machine In this case because of no prep was done, we have all the bonding in the enamel.

ward clemmons - (7/17/2013 8:41 AM)

Did the veneers cover the recession area of the cervical on the centrals or was the prep entirely in enamel leaving the recession areas intact? This is not clear. If the prep went onto the cervical dentin, how was the bonding done and what is the expected longevity if the prep went onto the dentin?

David Garber - (7/15/2013 7:18 PM)

Guiseppe, really excellent planning and execution of ALL phases - it's not only about the ceramic esthetics of the final result but a balance of what tooth structure , periodontal health etc wasn't compromised to achieve it. - and then the decreased possibilities of long term complications - bonding, fracture , tissue inflammation . .

Marcelo Silva - (7/13/2013 8:49 PM)

Giuseppe, what a great presentation! Very challenging case that ended with a beautiful and fine result. Keep up with the great work!

giuseppe romeo - (7/13/2013 7:21 PM)

Thank u dr Goldstein

Ronald Goldstein - (7/13/2013 5:39 PM)

Although I agree with Dr. Salama, the ceramics are beautiful...excellent job Guiseppe

giuseppe romeo - (7/13/2013 1:14 PM)

I appreciate critics that helps to grow up professionally. I respect Gerald point of view and evaluation, I will take in consideration for the future. But lets also say "beauty revolves around imperfection..." The nature teaches a lot.... Giuseppe

Alessandro Agnini - (7/13/2013 12:57 PM)

Gerald the case had several initial difficulties and the final result it was excellent ,As both dental proportions and soft tissue health

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