Prosthetics of a patient with occlusal pathology by ceramic restorations
The patient contacted the clinic to get beautiful, even teeth, a natural smile with all teeth located symmetrically.
He refused orthodontic treatment with braces. The patient had tooth abrasion in posterior regions; the upper left canine was missing, and the upper right canine had a mesial slope.
Before the prosthetics procedure, we carried out preliminary planning; a digital Wax-up was made.
After coordinating the shape and color of the future ceramic restorations, the teeth with minimum preparation were covered with temporary crowns and veneers.
Two weeks later, we fixed the ceramic restorations.
Due to orthopedic rehabilitation, all the shortcomings that had confused the patient for many years and prevented him from smiling openly were eliminated.