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Micro-thin Veneers in Esthetic Therapy

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In this lecture, Dr. Claudia Worschech discusses the clinical and technical application of micro-thin ceramic veneers with Dr. David Garber. Dr. Worschech discusses the utilization of wax-ups, moch-ups or trial smiles as well as adequate clinical magnification to optimize the benefits of conservation of tooth structure thereby allowing for micro-thin veneers.

Date Added:
12/3/2009

Author(s):

Claudia Cia Worschech, DDS, MS, PhD Claudia Cia Worschech, DDS, MS, PhD
Specialist, Master and PhD in Operative Dentistry at the University of Campinas School of Dentistry of Piracicaba
Scientific director of the Brazilian Society of Esthetic...
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Questions & Comments
Claudia Cia Worschech - (8/7/2011 7:42 PM)

I enjoyed so much that experience!!! To take part in Dental XP is a great pleasure to me!

Claudia Cia Worschech - (11/14/2010 8:09 PM)

Dear Jose Huang, Frequently I indicate bleaching before Micro Laminates . Sometimes it could be dificult to cover dark tooth using so thin laminates....The best way would be : first: Bleaching...after that microlaminates...

jose huang - (11/8/2010 10:48 PM)

Dear Dr. Worschech: Would you like to tell me how to cover the color of underlying tooth that is severly discolored (ex: tetracycline stained) by the micro-thin veneer? Thanks for your sharing and excellent cases!

Claudia Cia Worschech - (8/15/2010 5:53 PM)

I would like to know how much Micro laminates we have been done ......

Claudia Cia Worschech - (8/15/2010 2:25 PM)

Hi David Garber, I frequently use Variolink because of its properties as easy manipulation, great mechanic results in LAB tests and great esthetic results too. However nowadays we have much possibilities and materials to fix laminates or microlaminates as 3M materials, Morita materials, etc...I think we have, in general, excellent materials available in Brazil, USA, Europe ....

Claudia Cia Worschech - (8/15/2010 12:24 PM)

Dear Nassim Harari, At the beggin we used to make very translucent porcelain microlaminates....In that specialty case, the patient refused to change it for another one...So..the limit between tooth and ceramic continued evident....Nowadays we have been working with another kind of ceramic EMAX and we have been taking great results....Another situation was that we did not prepared the thrird incisal margins of teeth...this fact to colaborate to have a kind of step....which were removed using rubber points...

Claudia Cia Worschech - (8/15/2010 12:18 PM)

Dear DR FARHAN DURRANI , Silicone guide is done through wax up model. You need to determine the size of teeth using Gold Roles...you need to create exact position and form of teeth using wax model and after that you can take impressions using silicone material.... The impression will reproduce exactly the size and ideal positions and teeth form...You cut this impressions in incisal line and you will have the vestibular perfil for preparing teeth....If you use the palatal impression you can achieve the exact lenght wich teeth would have....I hope have helped you..If do you want more explanation, Do not hesitate in contact me, please.www.clinicaccw.com.br.....Sincerely, Claudia

DR FARHAN DURRANI - (5/22/2010 10:42 PM)

Dr Farhan Durrani excellent but please tell how to make silicone guide?

Nassim Harari - (4/30/2010 3:23 PM)

I would like you to comment the first case, when in 12:23 and 11:43 you show what I understand is the final result. I´m so sorry but was there a good outcome to have a incisal edge so visible, with an evident problem in the transition between enamel structure and the microlaminate venners? Thank you and congratulations for your presentation!

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