Comprehensive restoration and mandibular incisor esthetic exposure: a clinical report.

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Summary of "Comprehensive restoration and mandibular incisor esthetic exposure: a clinical report."

Complete mouth rehabilitation allows the dentist to solve multiple problems by controlling the restoration of many teeth. Guidelines and objective criteria for each area to be treated are essential when planning an extensive case. Esthetics, phonetics, and anterior guidance are affected by the height and inclination of the mandibular incisors. Placement of the mandibular incisal plane is important, as the mandibular anterior teeth may be more visible than the maxillary anterior teeth during speaking or when at rest. Provisional restorations can be adjusted and recorded so that the final restorations are predictably successful. This case illustrates the use of a trial incisal edge and digital videography of the provisional restoration to facilitate correct placement of the mandibular incisal plane.


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Name: General dentistry
ISSN: 0363-6771
Pages: 59-65


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