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Restoration of anterior teeth using an indirect composite technique. Case report

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Objective. This article presents a case report of restoration of anterior teeth using an indirect technique with composite veneers in order to restore the dental anatomy and to provide aesthetic and function of anterior teeth.
Materials and methods. A treatment of upper anterior teeth with indirect micro-hybrid composite restoration was proposed to a 40-year-old woman with old discolored and fractured ceramic veneers. Upper six anterior teeth were prepared and, after impressions with VPS of maxillary arche, the composite veneers were placed.
Discussion and results. There are several advantages offered by indirect techniques compared to direct techniques. The increased practice of veneering technique with indirect composites is due to improvement in the properties of composite materials in the last years. The results are very favourable and the patient is satisfied.
Conclusions. The restorations with composite veneers have proved durable and aesthetic, protect tooth structure and aesthetic and function is predictably re-established.

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M. Gargari

F.M. Ceruso

A. Pujia

V. Prete

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Gargari, M., Ceruso, F., Pujia , A., & Prete , V. (2013). Restoration of anterior teeth using an indirect composite technique. Case report. Oral & Implantology, 6(4), 99–102. Retrieved from https://www.oimplantology.org/oimp/article/view/107
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