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  • Minimal Preparation Veneers Increasing esthetic demands have led to the development of ceramic systems that wed esthetics with function with preservation of sound enamel. Noninvasive porcelain veneers were initially recommended by Christensen and Quinn et al.Slide No. 1 Dr. Arshin Hotchandani. Poster No.3
  • Pre-operative pictures: Retracted view Patient smiling Occlusal view Patient presented with a complaint of diastemas in her maxillary anteriors which was treated using composites but not to the patients satisfaction.The dental health was evaluated and was good with no periodontal problems.Slide No. 2 Dr. Arshin Hotchandani. Poster No.3
  • Diagnosis and Treatment plan Retracted view Occlusal view Tooth preparation included removal of the oldcomposite restoration and providing a subtle chamfer as a margin extending linguo-proximally.The incisal margin was planned as a butt joint.Slide No. 3 Dr. Arshin Hotchandani. Poster No.3
  • Bonding procedure: 1)Etching of veneers 2)Application of silane 3)Acid etching the tooth coupling agent surface4)Application of bonding 5)Placement of veneers using 6)Removal of excess agent luting cement and curing cement;finishing and polishingSlide No. 4 Dr. Arshin Hotchandani. Poster No.3
  • Case Discussion: Post-operative pictures Retracted view Occlusal view Pre-op close up Post-op close upSlide No. 5 Dr. Arshin Hotchandani. Poster No.3
  • Conclusion By using minimal preparation of natural tooth structure and ultrathin porcelain veneers, we canenhance the patient’s smile without aggressive tooth reduction.The lamination effect of the bondingprocess allows for strengthening of the thin ceramic material, and the ceramist can achieve excellent esthetics through layering of the stacked porcelain.Slide No. 6 Dr. Arshin Hotchandani. Poster No.3