Reflect 2/2016

Minimally invasive prosthetic treatment with various ceramic materials

New materials and innovative techniques for modern esthetic and minimally invasive dentistry are coming to the market every day. As a result, patient-focused treatment protocols are continuously improving. If complex treatment is indicated, however, personal aspects in addition to the functional and esthetic requirements of the patient need to be addressed – for example, psychological stress or financial constraints. In this article, we will explore the possibilities of providing minimally invasive treatment, taking these factors into consideration.

Contents

  • Two approaches and one goal
  • Complex esthetic and functional rehabilitation using glass-ceramic materials
  • Digital complete dentures
  • Screw-retained bridges: pressed-over or veneered?

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