Full-mouth adhesive rehabilitation of a severe case of erosion treated with v-shaped veneers

Giacomo Dallari, Ivan Scalzo, Riccardo Maria Rosati, Camila Sobral Sampaio, Ronaldo Hirata

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Abstract

Objective: To demonstrate a minimally invasive approach of a full-mouth rehabilitation of a severe case of erosion treated with v-shaped veneers, tabletops, overlays, veneerlays, laminate veneers, and a full contour veneer. Clinical considerations: The present case report successfully rehabilitated a full-mouth case of severely eroded teeth with minimal healthy structure removal, maintaining viability of all teeth that were vital before the treatment started, and promoting long-lasting esthetic and functional results after 3 years of use. Conclusions: A deep knowledge of etiology, etiopathogenesis, and classifications of dental erosion will guide the clinician in the right direction for solving this issue correctly, according to modern prosthetic and conservative principles. Clinical significance: Dental erosion represents today a relatively widespread phenomenon among the global population and a significant challenge in each of its clinical stages for the clinicians who must treat it. In advanced stages, a careful evaluation phase of the case, a great patient motivation and a wise use of materials and clinical protocols are the success key of the case. Moreover, an advanced knowledge of adhesive dentistry is strictly required to successfully manage a severe erosion case with a modern and minimally invasive approach.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)422-431
Number of pages10
JournalJournal of Esthetic and Restorative Dentistry
Volume33
Issue number3
DOIs
StatePublished - Apr 2021

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Keywords

  • dental ceramics
  • e.max press
  • esthetic dentistry
  • full-mouth rehabilitation
  • overlays
  • tabletops
  • v-shapes veneers

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