A 7-year Follow-Up of a Fractured Endodontically Treated Incisor Restored with a One-Piece Post and Core Laminate Veneer
To achieve natural-appearing esthetic result and also conservation of tooth structure, it is important for the practitioner to be aware of technological advances in materials science as well as the proper use of esthetic dental techniques. This clinical report describes the restoration of a left maxillary lateral incisor using an one-piece post and core laminate veneer. This proposed restoration technique represents an alternative to traditional restoration procedures such as metal-ceramic restorations, all ceramic crowns and conventional porcelain laminate veneers. It also conserves the remaining tooth structure, reestablishes function and offers satisfactory esthetics with the use of adhesive bonding techniques.
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