Replacement of old composite restorations with ceramic crowns
The patient asked to replace the old photopolymer restorations of the four central incisors in the upper jaw and make the teeth whiter.
The mandibular lateral incisor and the left premolar were missing.
We suggested changing the height of the teeth, shape, and color using ceramic restorations. As for the lower jaw, we suggested changing the shape of the right canine, a lateral incisor, and making a canine from the missing 4th tooth.
After agreeing on the shape and color of the teeth, we started to implement the project.
Within a month, ceramic restorations were made and fixed on both jaws.
The patient was satisfied with the result.