Posts by Gregory Camaleonte:
Can nowadays one pacefully consider restoring a central incisor with a direct composite in place of a bonded ceramic veneer ? According to the therapeutic gradient, we, depending on the size of the lesion, must think before choosing a solution that is too invasive. Through two similar clinical situations of 11 requiring a restoration, we will develop both solutions taking into account such fundamental parameters as non invasive approach, periodontal respect, difficulty and the final result without neglecting the durability of this type of restoration.
Case number 1
A patient had the incisal edge of her 11
Practitioners are faced today with increasing aesthetic demand from the patients and must respond by using simple reproducible and if
For any aesthetic treatment, the practitioner should encourage the patient to express his motivations and desires. The dentist must devote
Among all facial injuries, dental traumas are the most common and mainly affect young people.
In case of coronal fracture