Partial crowns for the worn dentition in both anterior and posterior teeth
More and more practitioners see patients with oral parafunction and consequently a worn dentition. Parafunction needs to be controlled in these patients before rehabilitating the teeth. In order to be less aggressive and to provide good aesthetics, anterior and posterior partial crowns are often indicated. Clinical cases with different levels of complexity will be shown and discussed.
- Gain an overview of parafunction
- Know how to make a proper diagnosis and identify when to make adhesive luted partial crowns versus full crowns
- Find out how to restore worn dentitions with a step-by-step approach
- Understand how digital devices can be used to treat patients with worn teeth.