Emergence Profile Management

Indirect anteriors
31 Jan 2013

An Article by Giuseppe Marchetti

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Preoperative. The old fillings need to be removed and new have to be done. The patient wanted a conservative treatment where possible.

Details of 1.1 & 2.1

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1.1 needed the review of the old endo treatment

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After the removal of the old composite veneer a new build up is done with a fiber glass post on 1.1. Because of its deep dyschromia and for the huge palatal abrasions a full crown was preferred to a veneer. All the decays were removed and new composite fillings were done.

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Details.

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Details of the acrylic provisional on 1.1

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The provisional preps.

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Details of the provisional preps.

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Details of the provisional preps.

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Details of the provisional preps.

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After a correct isolation under the rubber dam.

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A total etching is done on 2.1

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Details of the total etching.

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The hybridization of the dentine.

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A build up is done.

The build up is cured.

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The final preps are done with the guide of the silicone stent done with the wax up.

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The impressions are taken with a double cord technique.

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And a monophase dual viscosity impression technique is done with a polyether.

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Details of the impression.

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A chair side composite provisional is done for 2.1 with the guide of the wax up.

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Details of the provisionals.

The provisionals after a right polishing.

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A first try in of the Lithium Disilicate crown and veneer.

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Details of the final preps and of the tissues.

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The restorations before their cementation.

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The restorations before their cementation.

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A new isolation is done.

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The final try in under the dam.

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After the sandblasting of the bonding used previously a total etching is done again.

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Details of the total etching done with phosphoric acid.

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The veneer is etched with hydrofluoric acid.

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The primer is brushed for 10 seconds and dried.

The bonding is brushed for 20 seconds and gently dried, it is not cured.

 

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