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February 8, 2018
By Dhaval Patel, DDS
Supported by PDS University — Institute of Dentistry
One of the most desirable goals for CAD/CAM restorations is to make them unnoticeable in the mouth. This article explores a methodology and approach to creating esthetic, successful restorations with CAD/CAM technology in the dental practice, providing specific recommendations for high-quality results. These posterior and anterior recommendations encompass accentuating anatomy after milling on occlusal and buccal surfaces, improving translucency, subtle staining, symmetry, and other factors.
Describe the principles necessary to ensure natural-looking CAD/CAM restorations.
Utilize posterior and anterior recommendations for enhancing CAD/CAM restorations.
Determine the best restoration treatment options for a variety of different patient circumstances.
About the Author
Dhaval Patal, DMD, Private Practice, Roseville, CaliforniaDownload FREE eBook now!