A clinical report examining restoration with a removable partial denture with an esthetic cast circumferential clasp on maxillary premolar teeth.
Inadvertently placing crown margins too close to the bone and impinging on the soft tissues of the biologic width can cause complications, but clinicians can avoid such sequelae with crown lengthening.
Treating a maxillary crown dilaceration often involves multidisciplinary care, including orthodontic, surgical, endodontic and restorative therapies.
This case report details the complex coordination of care involving periodontal, prosthetic, endodontic and myofunctional therapies.
The use of correct bio-dental engineering terms can help explain the cause-and-effect relationships for noncarious cervical lesions and abfractions.
This case report demonstrates the use of provisional crowns, hybrid abutments and modern ceramics to maximize strength in maxillary anterior restorations.