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Cosmetics dentistry

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Cosmetics dentistry

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Cosmetics dentistry

  1. 1. 1-Introduction2-Aesthetic element3-Conclusion4-Recomindation5-Refrence
  2. 2. C o s me t i cd e n branch of dentistry which deal with It is t i s t ry appearance of the teethEs t he t is pertaining to sense of beautiful It i cs
  3. 3. 1- Discoloration2- Trauma3- Anomalies4- Abnormal spacing
  4. 4. A-Ge n e r a l 1- Prosthdonticl y : 2- Periodontic 3- OrthodonticB - I no p 1- Bleaching v e r a t ie : 2- Veneer 3- Lumineer
  5. 5. 1- Shape2- Symmetry3- Position and alignment4- Surface texture5- Color6- Translucency
  6. 6. Female teeth is different from maleteeth
  7. 7. Giving us better smile appearance
  8. 8. They are necessary for good appearanceface and smile
  9. 9. - Break up the light reflection- Young teeth has various surface character- Old teeth become more smoothingand lack of surface texture
  10. 10. i nc i s a lAccording part pa r t i s of teeth l i ght e r i nc r e a s e i n According to da r k age c ol or wi t h a g e
  11. 11. It plays an important role in aesthetic.The light penetrate the natural enamel butdoesnt penetrate the metallic restoration.So we replace the metallic restoration by freemetallic restoration to reflect thetranslucency of natural teeth.
  12. 12. 1- Luminaire2- Veneer
  13. 13. Thin layer (2,-4,) which made fromspecific porcelain 1-Certain porcelain (reinforced feld spar) and plastic material
  14. 14. The difference between Luminere and veneer is that luminere need a little preparation without need of local anesthesia.1 - Cleaning of teeth surfaces2- Impression3- Color selection4- Send it to lab5- Clean the teeth and applied the acid etchingand bond in teeth surfaces and in lenses it self
  15. 15. 1- Mild discoloration2- Mild enamel hypoplasia3- Simple space1- Very expensive2- Easy to fracture3- Easy to discoloration
  16. 16. 1- Little or no preparation need so moreconservative2- No need of local anesthesia3- Simplicity in related to time andmethod4- Could be removed without damagingthe teeth
  17. 17. 1- Veneer composite2- Veneer porcelain
  18. 18. 1- Direct2- Indirect
  19. 19. I n d i c a t i o n 1- Discoloration 2- Enamel hyperplasia 3- Strong labial erosionAd v a n t a g e 1-Less time consuming 2-Less expensive 3-Easy fabricated
  20. 20. Di s a d v a n t a g e 1- More staining 2- Less strength 3- Alternative aestheticPr o c e d u r e 1- Preparation 2- Acid etching 3- Bonding 4- Composite selection 5- Composite applied and sealing
  21. 21. BeforeAfter
  22. 22. I n d i c a t i o n 1- Enamel defect 2- DiastemaAd v a n t a g e 1- Adequate strength
  23. 23. Di s a d v a n t ag e 1- Time consuming 2- Multiple visit is needed 3- More expensivePr o c e d u r e 1- Enamel preparation 2- Shade selection 3- Silicon impression 3- Fabrication of veneer in cast 4- Cement of veneer in teeth in the next visit
  24. 24. Are thin shells of porcelain (0.4-0.7 mm)designed to cover the front surface ofteeth to improve appearance
  25. 25. Ac c o r d i n g t ot h e dveneeri g n : -Partial e s -Full veneerA c c o r d i n g t o t h e me t h -Partial veneer: * direct------------chair side composite resin -Full veneer: * direct------------ chair side composite resin *indirect-----------indirect composite resin, ceramics
  26. 26. 1. Teeth discolored by tetracycline staining2. Enamel defects , e.g., enamel hypoplasia,
  27. 27. 3. Lesions caused by erosion and abrasion.4. Diastema closure.5. Malpositionedteeth.
  28. 28. 6. Poor restorations.7. Wear patterns.8. Agenesis of thelateral incisor.
  29. 29. 1. Poor oral hygiene.2. Oral habits,eg. Bruxism.
  30. 30. 3. Class III malocclusion.4. High caries rate.
  31. 31. 5. Large spaces ordiastema. 6. Severe Malpositioned teeth.7. Unsufficientenamel availablefor bonding.
  32. 32. 1- Very conservative.2- Offer better inherent color and natural look.3- Tissue tolerance is excellent.4- Less staining.5- The bond of etched porcelain veneer toenamel is stronger than other.
  33. 33. 6- Wear and abrasion resistance is high.7- The aesthetics are better than anyother veneer material.8- Porcelain veneer allow transmission oflight.
  34. 34. 1- Expensive2- Tooth preparation3- Highley sensitive technique4- Sensitivity5- It has number of limitation
  35. 35. * Sh o r t t e r m c o n s i d* L o n g t e r m ma i n t e n
  36. 36. 1- Ask the patient to improve her or his oralhygiene2- Ask the patient to follow of postrestorative instruction3- Ask the patient that dont forget recall toensure that their restorative filling freefrom any caries
  37. 37. 1- The cosmetic dentistry focus inimprovement of aesthetic2- Role of each element of aesthetic inbeautiful smile3- Free metal restoration produce naturalappearance4- Role of cosmetic dentistry in psychologicalimprovement so only dentist who hasexcellent skill should make cosmeticrestoration to produce beautiful smile
  38. 38. 5- Each case has specific type oftreatment6- The ceramic laminate veneer remainsthe prosthetic restoration that bestcompiles the principles of present-dayaesthetic dentistry7- It is the most conservative restoration,which preserves a significant proportionof the natural enamel8- It need a good care, attention andfollow up
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