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Minimally Invasive Esthetic Approach with Lithium Disilicate Adhesive Restorations

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The clinical challenge when offering an aesthetic restorative treatment is to preserve as much tooth structure as possible, while looking for simplicity in the restorative procedures, predictability in the function and longevity of restorative materials thru time; allowing  the aesthetic improvements from a functional point of view.   The need of optimal results in the areas of aesthetic compromise, the function and biocompatibility, require a thorough analysis of facial references and intra-oral aspects.   The multidisciplinary approach is the key to success in order to  meet the esthetic expectations of patients; accompanied by a scientific support when it comes to material selection, and a combination of science and art when it comes to reproducing nature. Beyond the type of restoration, the challenge is to mimic natural beauty and harmony.   We will describe step by step the treatment planning and  laboratory procedures; showing how technology, new generation restorative materials and artistic skills are combined and managed to accurately obtain the esthetic requirements of each patient.

Date Added:
2/21/2018

Author(s):

Anabell E Bologna, DDS Anabell E Bologna, DDS
Dra. Anabell E. Bologna

Dentist graduated from the UCV , Universidad Central de Venezuela, in 1996.

In 1998 she participated in a Fel...
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Questions & Comments
Peggy Bown - (3/19/2018 5:53 AM)

Excellent presentation - thank you

Ronald Goldstein - (3/7/2018 9:40 PM)

Beautiful presentation, Anabell!!

Damir Vicich - (3/5/2018 3:29 PM)

Great presentation. Thanks

Maurice Salama - (3/1/2018 2:13 PM)

Really outstanding...In comparing Lithium Disilicates, Empress and Zirconium, what are your ideas? Thanks again Dr. Salama

Adel Moufti - (2/24/2018 3:43 AM)

Excellent presentation. Full of helpful tips. Thank you.

Miguel Hirschhaut - (2/21/2018 5:54 AM)

Excelente Anabell. Para mi no es sorpresa, porque veo tus maravillosos trabajos todos los dias en nuestros casos interdisciplinarios orto/protesis. Me encanta que se vea en todo el mundo lo maravilloso de tu arte. Te felicito, Miguel

Nagila PONTES - (2/18/2018 4:07 PM)

Congratulation , very nice prentation.

Nagila PONTES - (2/18/2018 4:07 PM)

Congratulation , very nice prentation.

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