Endocrown passo a passo: do laboratório à clínica

NISHIMORI, Lisia Emi; ANNIBELLI, Ricardo Luiz; SÁBIO, Sérgio; OLIVEIRA E SILVA, Cleverson de; PROGIANTE, Patrícia Saram; CORRÊA, Giovani de Oliveira
October 2012
Revista Dental Press de Estética;out-dez2012, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p54
Academic Journal
The longevity of an endodontically treated element depends on the quantity, quality and form of re-anatomization of the remaining tooth regarding the problems faced due to the moisture loss, elasticity and friability resulting from the dental pulp removal. A conservative alternative in the literature is the endocrown which features massive crown margin circular, with a central portion corresponding to the pulp chamber filled entirely with ceramic liable for acid etching. This study presents as a clinical case the preparation method of clinical and laboratory technique by using a ceramic lithium disilicate that restores the functional and aesthetic form of the element.


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