AIM: The present clinical case reports on the workflow of a multidisciplinary treatment including both orthodontic and esthetic procedures for the rehabilitation of a young patient with severe wear in the anterior area of both the maxillary and mandibular arches due to malocclusion. The described workflow comprises a digital step-by-step process that involves 3D printing, intraoral scanners, and CAD/CAM milling systems. RESULTS: Accurate diagnostic and treatment planning were paramount when different specialties needed to combine and work together. For that purpose, different digital procedures helped to improve the predictability and the dynamic of the orthodontic and restorative treatments. CONCLUSION: The present multidisciplinary clinical case was executed with a digital approach that assisted to speed things up and achieve a predictable treatment option.
|Number of pages||14|
|Journal||International Journal of Computerized Dentistry|
|State||Published - 4 Jun 2021|
- 3D printing
- ceramic veneers
- digital wax-up