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Indirect Anterior Restorations with no-prep technique: Aesthetic and Biological EffectivenessFunding None.
The aesthetic result in the ceramic restoration of anterior teeth has always been a challenge in clinical practice and, in these cases, success depends on the skills of both the clinician and the dental technician. In current dentistry, the main objective is to pursue aesthetic results while preserving biological structures. Among the various conservative techniques available for anterior restorations, veneers are the most advantageous, compared to traditional crown preparation, both for the amount of tooth structure preserved in the preparation phase and for the direct adhesion on the enamel in the cementation. This article presents a clinical case of no-prep porcelain veneers (no-prep technique) for smile frame restoration.
Keywordsprosthodontics - dental tissue - no-prep - oral health - oral rehabilitation - porcelain veneers - aesthetic
A.P. wrote the original draft. L.F. reviewed and edited the manuscript. F.C. was involved in visualization. G.C. helped in project administration. All authors have read and agreed to the published version of the manuscript.
Informed Consent Statement
Informed consent was obtained from all subjects involved in the study.
Data Availability Statement
Data is available on request.
Article published online:
18 September 2023
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