CLINICAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL PARTICULARITIES REGARDING UNIDENTAL RESTORATION USING CERAMIC CROWNS WITH A ZIRCONIA INFRASTRUCTURE. A CASE REPORT.

Ioana Martu, Ionut Luchian, Diana Diaconu-Popa, Andrada Raluca Doscas, Dana Gabriela Bosanceanu, Anca Vitalariu, Odette Luca, Monica Tatarciuc

ABSTRACT

For a predictable result the clinician should master both the clinical and the technological dimenssions in such a way that the two components will be synergetic in the benefit of the patient. A 38 years old female patient came to our clinic accusing pain at the level of tooth 2.2. Clinically we could see that the tooth was cover by a PFM crown which as incorectly adapted at the cervical level. The patient said that during the last years she had many crowns replaced at the level of the same tooth but the discomfort still persisted.Although the technological procedure of manufacturing a zirconia based ceramic crown is much demanding than the one for the PFM crown, in anterior unidental complex restorations, it is highly indicated because it will provide superior periodontal stability.

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