esthetic rehabilitation

esthetic rehabilitation

A branch of cosmetology that is dedicated to covering wounds, burns, and scars, with silicone-based prostheses and makeup, for victims of trauma, violence, crashes, and fires
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The book's highly illustrated and detailed articles cover topics such as prosthetic gingival restoration, porcelain jacket crowns, ultraconservative esthetic rehabilitation using lithium disilicate ceramic, opacity control of zirconia restorations, and noninvasive pontic site development.
max Ceram for anterior crown restorations, conservative adhesive application of a new modified zirconia surface, immediate protocols and guided surgery for esthetic success with full-mouth implant rehabilitations, new materials in implantology, experimental porcelain veneers for an extreme esthetic rehabilitation, the importance of the substrate characteristics in the selection of a ceramic system, ceramic restorations in anterior dentition--a solution for discolored endodontically treated teeth, and the California smile.
In addition to a photographic study of naturally healthy teeth across all age ranges, the atlas offers coverage of fundamental principles of esthetic analysis and essential biological and material requirements for esthetic rehabilitation.