Erosão dentária e abrasão: relato de um tratamento estético conservador dos dentes anteriores com resinas compostas diretas

Muñoz, Miguel; Mena-Serrano, Alexandra; Baggio, Rafael; Reis, Alessandra; Campanha, Nara Hellen
April 2010
Revista Dental Press de Estética;abr-jun2010, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p102
Academic Journal
Case Study
Dental erosion is a multifactorial process that is characterized by gradual loss of enamel and dentin by acid dissolution without the presence of bacterial agents. It is part of a set of non-carious lesions, such as attrition, abrasion and abfraction, and associations can be found in most patients. The differential diagnosis is essential to achieve effective treatment. The use of dental adhesive materials allow us a greater conservation of dental tissues. The composite resin applied with techniques of stratification allied to the knowledge and the professional training enables excellent esthetic, biological, mechanical and functional results. This article describes the aesthetic rehabilitation of a case with erosion and abrasion. A planned natural stratified build up was made, achieving minimum intervention on the remaining tissues and a satisfactory aesthetic.


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