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.
A case report of bleaching a blackened tooth that ultimately resulted in treatment for internal resorption.
An exploration of using a bonded prototype as a diagnostic aid in cases requiring adjustment of the occlusal vertical dimension.
Clinicians can choose various treatments for managing gummy smile, and etiology will help determine which approach is best indicated.
This clinical presentation can pose challenges with respect to function and esthetics. Here is an evidence-based approach to treatment.
Placing restorations with this novel technique may help improve marginal fit and adhesion to tooth structure.