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Adhesively restored anterior maxillary dentitions affected by severe erosion: up to 6-year results of a prospective clinical study

Published inThe European journal of esthetic dentistry, vol. 8, no. 4, p. 506-530
Publication date2013
Abstract

In case of severe dental erosion, the maxillary anterior teeth are often particularly affected. Restoring such teeth conventionally (ie, crowns) would frequently involve elective endodontic therapy and major additional loss of tooth structure. A novel, minimally invasive approach to restore eroded teeth has been developed and is currently being tested in the form of a prospective clinical trial, termed The Geneva Erosion Study. To avoid crowns, two separate veneers with different paths of insertion have been used to restore the affected anterior maxillary teeth, regardless of clinical crown length and amount of remaining enamel. This treatment is called The Sandwich Approach

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VAILATI, Francesca, GRUETTER FAINETEAU, Linda, BELSER, Urs Christophe. Adhesively restored anterior maxillary dentitions affected by severe erosion: up to 6-year results of a prospective clinical study. In: The European journal of esthetic dentistry, 2013, vol. 8, n° 4, p. 506–530.
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