Bonded Porcelain Restorations in the Anterior Dentition : A Biomimetic Approach

ISBN-10: 0867154225

ISBN-13: 9780867154221

Edition: 2002

Authors: Pascal Magne, U. Belser

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List price: $189.00
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Quintessence Publishing Company, Incorporated
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 406
Size: 9.00" wide x 11.75" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 5.082
Language: English

Forewordp. 19
Prefacep. 20
Understanding the Intact Tooth and the Blomimetic Principlep. 23
Biology, Mechanics, Function, and Esthetics
Optimal Compliance and Flexibility
Rationalized Anterior Tooth Shape
Mechanics and Geometry During Function
Physiologic Enamel Cracking and the DEJ
Natural Tooth Aging and Enamel Thinning
Biomimetics Applied to Mechanics
Natural Oral Estheticsp. 57
General Considerations
Fundamental Criteria
Esthetic Integration
Ultraconservative Treatment Optionsp. 99
Chemical Treatments and Biomimetics
Nightguard Vital Bleaching
Microabrasion and Megabrasion
Nonvital Walking Bleach Technique
Reattachment of a Tooth Fragment
Simplified Direct Composites
Evolution of Indications for Anterior Bonded Porcelain Restorationsp. 129
Historic Perspective
Teeth Resistant to Bleaching
Major Morphologic Modifications
Extensive Restoration in the Adult
Combined Indications
Biologic Considerations
Perspectives for Veneering Posterior Teeth
Initial Treatment Planning and Diagnostic Approachp. 179
Interactive Patient-Operatory-Laboratory Relationships
Patient Management by the Operatory Team
Patient Management by the Laboratory Team
Treatment Planning and Initial Therapy
Diagnostic Waxup
Diagnostic Mock-up
Peculiar Cases
Summary of Diagnostic Approaches
Clinical Photography
Shade Documentation
Tooth Preparation, Impression, and Provisionalizationp. 239
General Considerations
Tissue Reduction
Margin Configuration and Localization
Peculiar Situations
Immediate Dentin Bonding
Definitive Impressions
Direct Provisionals and Provisional Bonding
Laboratory Proceduresp. 293
Choice of Restorative Material and Technique
Master Casts in the Refractory Die Technique
Ceramic Layering and Finishing
Special Effects
Configuration of the Ceramic Workpiece
Try-in and Adhesive Luting Proceduresp. 335
Choice of Luting Composite Resin
Try-in and Preparatory Steps
Conditioning of the Ceramic Surface
Conditioning of the Tooth Surface
Placement of the Ceramic Restoration
Final Adjustments and Occlusal Control
Special Considerations
Maintenance and Repairsp. 371
Maximum Performance, Reduced Maintenance
Routine Professional Hygiene
Complications and Repairs
Replacement of Class 3 Composite
Guide to Clinical Casesp. 387
Indexp. 400
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