Composite addition for asymmetrical anterior Spacing

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Posted on By brian mills In Composite Resin

Composite addition in conjunction with a Zirconium cantilever bridge #11-10 to treat a 76 y/o gentleman with congenitally missing laterals, asymmetrical spacing and worn dentition.
Transitional composite addition of the posteriors to allow phased treatment to replace older crowns.

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Very creative and well performed. Would you ever consider a printed mockup instead? regards Dr. Salama


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Thanks Maurice,
I did consider pre fabricating the preview guide but their were some undercuts that interfered with seating and removal so I did it directly in the mouth with a matrix.
I do my own wax ups and it's easier for me to use a transfer matrix with composite on an extra set of models if I prefab the preview guide but I think printed would work just fine.
I have talked to my lab about it but never pursued having a printed one.
Take care Brian


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Great case Brian.
Like you, I always wax my own case because it allows me to get to know the case completely.
Regards,
gerald


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Thanks Gerald. I agree waxing the case is a great way to getting a better and deeper understanding about it. I'm always surprised at things that get revealed to me about particular cases while I'm waxing them.
Take care Brian


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