Two central incisors

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Posted on By Cafadaru Mihnea In Ceramics/Veneers


A dificult case mostly because we didn't have enough space to play with. The two centrals have some differences in texture and one is letting some gray out, but overall is a succesful aesthetic and phonetic case.

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I think your results are excellent....and as far as the difference in texture why not go back into the porcelain and gently place some texture with an 8 micron diamond (ET 6 EF) and polish it with the new Diacomp feather lite polishers from Brasseler. I have done this and they come out looking great.


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Beautiful dentistry....compliments. Always would be nice to incorporate a learning tip with each case if you can....Dr. Salama


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Thank you Dr. Goldstein and Dr. Salama. I will improve the texture as you said. As for the tips and tricks, i will try to say more in the case presentation. Your compliments means alot!


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Cafadaru Mihnea,good work in a difficult situation restoring with veneer & crown.like to add more detail to incisal length,transitional line angles & surface grroves.


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I think it is a good result but I prefer if you increase the length of the crown and did gingivectomy before


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