Restabelecimento estético com laminados cerâmicos

Marson, Fabiano Carlos; Kina, Sidney
July 2010
Revista Dental Press de Estética;jul-set2010, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p82
Academic Journal
Metal free adhesive crowns promote function and aesthetics, however, to achieve aesthetic excellence with these indirect materials it is necessary to know about color, shape, filling technique and characteristics of opacity and translucency. Through the report of two cases it is demonstrated all treatment phases from planning and diagnosis, cavity preparation, forming and cementing adhesive. The first case study deals with the restoration smile through porcelain veneers and the second improves the anterior aesthetic associated with veneers and free metal crowns.


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