An ideal combination for optimized esthetic succe
Fig. 1: Patient before the treatment: She wanted her esthetic appearance to be improved.
Fig. 2: On examination, a substantial loss of tooth structure in the cervical and palatal region was observed.
Fig. 3: Mock-up and temporaries were created using a silicone matrix of the wax-up.
Fig. 4: Mock-up placed in the patient’s mouth
Fig. 5: Situation after surgical crown lengthening
Fig. 6: Long-term temporaries were instrumental in stabilizing the vertical dimension of occlusion.
Fig. 7: After long-term temporization: a bite record was taken to document the occlusal position created in the course of long-term temporization.
Fig. 8: Anterior teeth prepared for the final restoration
Fig. 9: The master models were digitized to create the final restorations.
Fig. 10: Virtual construction based on the situation created by the long-term temporaries
Fig. 11: Restorations after having been milled from pre-shaded Zenostar T1 zirconia material (Wieland Dental)
Fig. 12: Molars were created in full contour and the vestibular aspects of the premolars were layered over.
Fig. 13: Frontal view of the completed restorations on the model
Fig. 14: Two weeks after the restorations had been seated: optimal situation with successful pink and white esthetics
Figs 15 to 17: All-ceramic restorations: integrated harmoniously and unobtrusively into the dentition and facial appearance of the patient
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November 11, 2016
BACD Annual Conference 2016
The 13th Annual Conference of the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry took place 10 to 12 November in Edinburgh. (Photographs: Dental Tribune International)