Composite Veneer - Upper Incisor
Restoring a single central incisor is perhaps the most difficult aesthetic task that a dentist undertakes. A direct restoration has the advantage that one can see immediately how good the match is against the adjacent tooth. When a laboratory-fabricated restoration (such as a crown or veneer) is used, there is no opportunity to adjust the appearance - if it is not right, one has to choose between a remake or a compromise...
Slide show: Composite Veneer
Thie video below shows Dr Jeff Blank demonstrating a composite layering technique. Practising on plastic (typodont) and extracted teeth is an essential part of developing aesthetic dentistry skills, and very satisfying.
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