Multidisciplinary approach for rehabilitation of smile aesthetics with minimally invasive ceramic veneers

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Edition V14N01 | Year 2017 | Editorial Caso Clínico | Pages 68 to 88

Paulo Vinicius Soares, Natalli Fernanda Barbosa Faria, Igor Oliveiros Cardoso, Guilherme Faria Moura, Analice Giovani Pereira

Minimally invasive ceramic laminates are a treatment option for smile cosmetic rehabilitation, providing greater conservation of structure and mimicking dental structures. The association of periodontal surgical techniques and reverse planning enhances aesthetic result desired. The development of new ceramic systems reinforced by lithium disilicate and resin cements favored increasing longevity and clinical performance of indirect restorations. The present paper aims at presenting a case report of smile aesthetics rehabilitation, describing the planning, teeth whitening, periodontal surgery, minimally invasive preparation, molding and cementing of with ceramic veneers reinforced by lithium disilicate. These steps contributed for the success in the treatment and patient satisfaction.

Ceramics, Esthetics, dental, Tooth preparation, Periodontics,

Soares PV, Faria NFB, Cardoso IO, Moura GF, Pereira AG. Multidisciplinary approach for rehabilitation of smile aesthetics with minimally invasive ceramic veneers. J Clin Dent Res. 2017 Jan-Mar;14(1):68-88. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14436/2447-911x.14.1.068-088.oar

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