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The Beautiful Zirconia That Enables You to Renew Smiles for a Lifetime

CE Test The Beautiful Zirconia That Enables You to Renew Smiles for a Lifetime
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Course Objectives (1 CE Credit)

Anamaria Muresan, DMD, ME, CDT

Extensive anterior tooth destruction poses challenges that go beyond just smile esthetics. This course highlights techniques and tools for rehabilitating occlusion and providing lasting, lifelike restorative results. Topics include:

  • Stopping a destructive occlusal pattern
  • Providing an interim restoration in one visit
  • Reestablishing canine and protrusive guidance
  • Achieving proper fit and orientation of lab-fabricated provisionals
  • Fine-tuning restorative design for esthetic smile makeovers
  • Simplifying cleanup of cement during delivery of final restorations

Summary

For cases in which canine and protrusive guidance no longer exists, allowing the damaging wear pattern to continue can risk complete destruction of the teeth. By necessity, restorative care escalates in both urgency and scope. Such demanding cases call for treatment plans that effectively stop ruinous occlusal patterns, restore occlusion, rejuvenate esthetics, and maximize the longevity of the final restoration.

CAUTION: When reading about the techniques, procedures, theories and materials presented, you must make your own decisions about specific treatment for patients and exercise professional judgment regarding the need for further clinical testing or education and your own clinical expertise before trying to implement new procedures.


References

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  2. Nassary Zadeh P, Lümkemann N, Sener B, Eichberger M, Stawarczyk B. Flexural strength, fracture toughness and translucency of cubic/tetragonal zirconia materials. J Prosthet Dent [internet]. 2018 May 25 [cited 2018 Sep 17]pii: S0022-3913(18)30066-0. Available from: https://www.thejpd.org/article/S0022-3913(18)30066-0/fulltext
  3. Dos Santos VH, Griza S, de Moraes RR, Faria-E-Silva AL. Bond strength of self-adhesive resin cements to composite submitted to different surface pretreatments. Restor Dent Endod [internet]. 2014 Feb [cited 2018 Sep 17];39(1):12-6. Available from: https://synapse.koreamed.org/DOIx.php?id=10.5395/rde.2014.39.1.12
  4. Proper clean-up: removing excess/residual resin-based dental cement [internet]. Dental Learning; 2017 Aug 3 [cited 2018 Sep 17]. Available from: http://www.dentallearning.net/proper-clean-removing-excessresidual-resin-based-dental-cement
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