DIRECT ADHESIVE REHABILITATION WITH DOUBLE INDEX TECHNIQUE:
A CASE REPORT
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Nowadays patients desire not only to restore function and phonation, but above all to restore or gain good aesthetics in the anterior upper and lower jaws. "Minimally invasive" preparation techniques have been introduced, which have become today the state-of-the-art in daily clinical practice for the aesthetic rehabilitation of the anterior teeth. The most convenient clinical situation that meets these concepts is the correction of the aesthetics of a smile with only additive restorations. In this paper we present the use of a double index technique, palatal and vestibular, intended for multiple, up to 6 teeth per arch, direct aesthetic composite veneers of the anterior teeth.
KEY WORDS: aesthetic, direct composite veneers, restorations, tooth adhesion, sound enamel.