Full Ceramic Aesthetic Applications: 3 Case Reports
Merve AYDEMİR* and Serdar Baglar
Journal Title:Medical & Clinical Research
One of the most important issue of today’s dentistry is the preservation of tooth structure. Following biomimetic principles, employing minimally invasive applications and adhesive technologies are of paramount importance for successful restorations. Ceramics are materials that allow minimally invasive approach in the anterior region. As ceramic materials develop and patients demand for aesthetic restorations goes up, practitioners must keep up with the material science. The authors suggest guidance to the practitioner in selecting the proper all-ceramic systems for crowns when faced with different aesthetic desires. In this article, three cases of full ceramic restorations were obtained by different production techniques are presented.