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ARAB DENTAL  •  ISSN 1861-8251

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ARAB DENTAL 29 (2016), No. 4     10. Jan. 2017
ARAB DENTAL 29 (2016), No. 4  (10.01.2017)

Page 28-31, Language: Arabic

High Esthetics in Traumatology - Minimally Invasive Ceramic Restoration
Kleinsman, Richard / Schlütter, Ludger
New trend sports can lead to a dental trauma, especially among young patients. The fracture of a juvenile anterior tooth crown with pronounced translucence and anatomy is one of the most common occurrences here. Especially in this case, it is difficult to reconstruct the original play of color and light. Today, adhesive cementation makes it possible to reposition the fracture piece as a reattachment restoration. Nothing fits better than one's own hard tooth substance. However, what should be done when the fracture piece can no longer be found or cannot be repositioned because of fragmented components? Composite and the acid etch technique allow us to provide minimally invasive treatment, but reconstruction is often difficult to do precisely and naturally, particularly in the case of juvenile teeth and larger defects. A genuine highly esthetic and durable alternative is offered with an all-ceramic restoration.