|Presenter: Dr. Frank Milnar||Release Date: 2/11/14|
|Credits: 1 CEU||Reviewed: 2022 Expiration Date: 2/11/25|
|AGD Subject Code: 250|
|CE Supporter: GC America|
Developing treatment strategies for restoration of anterior maxillary dentition can be challenging. When faced with such cases, a detailed diagnosis and thorough understanding is required to ensure that the most appropriate materials and techniques are considered. Dental treatments today are guided by principles of minimal intervention and bio-modification. According to these principles, the goal is to limit the restoration/re-restoration cycle and conserve as much healthy tooth structure as possible and remove as little tooth structure as possible. Also, the materials that are used for restorations are placed and/or manipulated in such a way that they reproduce the color, shape, and texture of the missing natural tooth structure.
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