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Dental Case of the Month – Worn Dentition Restoration

Dental Case of the Month – Worn Dentition Restoration

Worn Dentition Restoration The worn dentition presents many challenges for the restorative dentist. Some issues to address are the lack of space for the restorative materials and the loss of sound tooth structure.
 
Dental Case of the Month – Single Ceramic Veneer Dental Restoration

Dental Case of the Month – Single Ceramic Veneer Dental Restoration

Single Ceramic Veneer Dental Restoration This patient’s upper right incisor has been bonded many times over the years since he fractured his tooth as a child. The restorative options presented to the patient were bonded ceramic or composite restorations. Porcelain veneers are made from ceramic materials. Composite is a synthetic ... Read More
 
Dental Case of the Month – Bonded Ceramic Inlays

Dental Case of the Month – Bonded Ceramic Inlays

Bonded Ceramic Inlays This patient presented with advanced tooth decay in the upper right posterior quadrant. The goal was to fabricate bonded porcelain inlays. These conservative restorations preserves as much natural tooth structure as possible eliminating the use of a crown. Please note, crowns are not “bad” and I have ... Read More