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Minimally Invasive Restorative Veneers; Importance of Wax-Up

Description:
A 39 years old woman came to our office to seek immadiate solution for her undisered smile. After anamnesis we choosed a full mouth reconstruction to reestablish the patient's function and esthetics. For evaluating how much restorative involvement does it mean, we made a wax-up. After accepting the probable outcome, the treatment has followed driven by wax-up.

Date Added:
7/10/2019

Author(s):

Peter Horváth, DDS Peter Horváth, DDS
I graduated from the Faculty of Dentistry of Semmelweis University in Budapest in 2012. After graduation I have been a clinical doctor at the University's Prosthodontic Depart...
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Questions & Comments
Ronald Goldstein - (8/5/2019 10:07 PM)

Beautiful result, Peter, but can you please tell me why you chose full crowns instead of porcelain veneers?

Ökkeş Karaduman513 - (8/2/2019 7:04 AM)

Great job congrats

Marcos Sanoja - (7/21/2019 8:26 PM)

what cement/bonding system did you use to deliver the veneers?

Kremena Ivanova - (11/19/2018 3:09 PM)

Bravo What kind of magnification do you use? Again nice work !

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