Impeccable esthetic results with ceramic restorati
Fig. 1. Preoperative smile: The patient was dissatisfied with the a 12 lignment of his front teeth.
Fig. 2. Close-up: Slight gaps are visible between the front teeth, and tooth 21 is discoloured.
Fig. 3. Determination of the tooth shade
Fig. 4. After minimally invasive preparation of teeth 12 to 22
Fig. 5. Custom-layered veneers in the laboratory on refractory dies
Fig. 6: The veneers were made of fluorapatite leucite glass-ceramic (IPS d.SIGN). As a result, light-optical qualities that are similar to those of natural teeth were achieved.
Fig. 7. The delicate ceramic veneers were prepared for seating.
Fig. 8: The fit of the individual veneers was checked in the mouth of the patient.
Fig. 9. The transitions between the ultra-thin veneers and the canines were lightly finished.
Fig. 11. After seating of the six veneers on teeth 13 to 23
Fig. 12. Inspection of the functional parameters
Fig. 13: Final picture: The upper tooth row looks esthetic and very natural.
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