International Journal of Applied Dental Sciences
2018, Vol. 4 Issue 1, Part C
A reason to smile
AUTHOR(S): Dr. I Anand Sherwood, Dr. R Mensudar, Dr. Savadamoorti, Dr. R Sentilkumar and Dr. Jesudoss Paulraj
ABSTRACT:Dentistry plays an important part for the overall cosmetic upgrade, since face and smile play an important role in changing a person's appearance and self-esteem. Restoration of severely worn dentition is one of the most challenging procedure. In order to successfully regain the condition, one must gain insight into how the teeth arrived at this state of destruction. Emphasis must be placed on the evaluation of occlusal prematurities preventing condylar seating into the centric relation position. The objectives should be preservation of the remaining tooth structure, restoration of optimum function, esthetics with least invasive procedures, and cost effective. This case report demonstrate patient who had badly mutilated teeth, which was managed successfully.
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Dr. I Anand Sherwood, Dr. R Mensudar, Dr. Savadamoorti, Dr. R Sentilkumar and Dr. Jesudoss Paulraj. A reason to smile. International Journal of Applied Dental Sciences. 2018; 4(1): 154-156.