Aesthetic Management Of Proclined Maxillary Central Incisors With All-Ceramic Crowns : A Case Report 3643-3647
Dr.akshey kumar sharma ,Professor and h.o.d
Department of prosthodontics, Dasmesh institute of research and dental sciences, Faridkot-151203
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Maxillary anterior crowns provide an exciting challenge to our artistic and technical abilities and call upon our knowledge of the smile design principles of proportion, symmetry, harmony and tooth morphology. Smile rejuvenation can positively impact a patient's self-esteem and emotional health through an improved appearance. Metal-free crowns can allow for highly aesthetic solutions such as colour correction/ matching and allow us to reshape malformed teeth, or reshape teeth which are in incorrect arch positions, to more closely approximate their correct shapes. The development of reinforced ceramics and non-metallic post systems has made possible the generation of metal-free ceramic restorations in severely compromised anterior and posterior teeth. This article will describe a case where all-ceramic crowns were utilized to restore proclined discoloured central incisors.