Today, dentists have many treatment options for anterior tooth restorations. First of all, the aesthetic problem should be determined objectively and solutions should be presented. Detailed examination of the patient before treatment is important. Periodontal health, caries frequency, occlusion, facial aesthetics (facial profile, dentofacial view) , possible orthodontic treatment requirements should be examined, the patient’s expectations, the expected durability of the restoration and its cost should be considered. During the aesthetic examination and treatment planning, the patient’s real expectation should be determined precisely.
It should be determined whether the patient’s priority is function, aesthetics or cost, treatment options should be presented, information should be given about the duration of treatment and the invasiveness of the procedure, and the most appropriate technique should be selected, starting from the least invasive one according to the case. The aesthetic foresight and experience of the physician is very important.
Computerized CAD/CAM systems
- laminate veneers,
- segmented crown,
- All ceramic crown and bridge systems,
- Skeletal structures of removable partial dentures,
- Production of stents used in implant surgery
Immediate restorations immediately after placement of the implants (immediate)It covers a wide range of indications, such as the production of study models that allow
(1). These systems are also used in the preparation of maxillofacial prostheses.
CAD/CAMtechnology is also applied in the design and production of crowns, bridges and hybrid prosthetic infrastructures in implant supported prostheses.
In today’s dentistry, where aesthetic studies have gained great importance, the use of all ceramic materials in the construction of fixed prosthesis has become very important. Thanks to the latest developments in material technology and production procedures, many all-ceramic restoration types with excellent aesthetics and biocompatibility have been developed. Fracture strength, aesthetics, marginal and internal compatibility of these restorations; affect their long-term success.
In Cerec technology and smile design, the doctor’s experience and aesthetic foresight are as important as technology.