2017, Vol. 3 Issue 2, Part A
Designing a smile: A case report
AUTHOR(S): Dr. Nidha Madan, Dr. Deepak Raisinghani, Dr. Ashwini Prasad, Dr. Nikita Sarraf and Dr. Rohan Gupta
The appearance of dentition is of concern to a large number of people seeking dental treatment. People are giving a lot of importance to the red and white aesthetics i.e., the teeth and the gums. The color of teeth is of particular cosmetic importance.
There has been a recent increase in interest in the treatment of tooth staining and discoloration. Veneers are a conservative method for treatment of aesthetic and functional problems in anterior region of oral cavity.
Since its introduction in 1938 by Charles Pincus, ceramic veneer restorations have proven to be durable and aesthetic restorative procedure for treatment of teeth. They solve aesthetic and/or functional problems have been shown to be a valid management option especially in the anterior aesthetic zone. Because of that the indications of this procedure expanded to a point where its use is now a common practice in dental clinics.
This Case report discusses smile designing in the anterior region with dental fluorosis. The patient was treated with porcelain laminate veneers in the maxillary arch.
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Dr. Nidha Madan, Dr. Deepak Raisinghani, Dr. Ashwini Prasad, Dr. Nikita Sarraf, Dr. Rohan Gupta. Designing a smile: A case report. Int J Appl Dent Sci 2017;3(2):01-04.