Acta Scientific Dental Sciences (ISSN: 2581-4893)

Case Report Volume 4 Issue 1

Partial Porcelain Veneer Restoring Maxillary Incisor with Class II Cavity

Yosra Gassara*, Rihab Dakhli, Ameni Adli, Dalenda Hadyaoui, Jilani Saafi, Zohra Nouira and Mounir Cherif

Department of Fixed Prosthodontics, Research Laboratory of Occlusodontics and Ceramic Prostheses, Faculty of Dental Medicine, University of Monastir, Monastir, Tunisia

*Corresponding Author: Yosra Gassara, Department of Fixed Prosthodontics, Research Laboratory of Occlusodontics and Ceramic Prostheses, Faculty of Dental Medicine, University of Monastir, Monastir, Tunisia.

Received: November 19, 2019; Published: December 11, 2019

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Abstract

Background: The restoration of the class II cavity is very challenged for clinicians. Several treatment modalities have been used. For many years, composite resin was the preferred treatment with either direct or indirect technique, since it was considered as a conservative clinical solution, which provide predictable esthetic outcomes. Recently, with the progress in adhesive technologies and ceramic material porcelain partial veneer restoration was proposed in some case report studies as a therapeutic option for fractured and decayed teeth, it showed a high survival rate comparing with indirect resin restoration and it maintains its esthetic and gloss appearance for a long time.

Case Presentation: A 24 years old female patient with unremarkable medical history, presented to the department of fixed prosthodontics with aesthetic demand. Her chief complaint was to regain her smile and to restore the two maxillary incisors # 11, 12. The decision to make a zirconia crown on the 12 and a partial porcelain veneer on the 11 was retained.

Conclusions: Considerable advantages, such as ultra minimally invasive properties and excellent esthetic appearances, are inborn to porcelain partial veneers. The success depends on a combination of sound adhesive principles, adequate design of the restoration, laboratory experience, and bonding techniques.

Keywords: Dental Veneers; Minimally Invasive; Dental Bonding

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Citation

Citation: Yosra Gassara., et al. "Partial Porcelain Veneer Restoring Maxillary Incisor with Class II Cavity".Acta Scientific Dental Sciences 4.1 (2020): 29-34.



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