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Same-Day Conservative Esthetic Rehabilitation for the Maxillary Anterior Sector With Permanent Crown Resin

In this clinical case study, Dr. Alejandro Pineda from Clínica Lhasa, gives a step-by-step guide of how to produce anterior esthetic restorations using Permanent Crown Resin.

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  1. Introduction
  2. Answering Critical Concerns by Dr. Pineda
  3. Case Presentation and Diagnosis
  4. Treatment Plan
  5. Delivery and Cementation Protocol
  6. Follow-Up
  7. Conclusions
  8. Credits
  9. Acknowledgements
  10. References
  11. Additional Resources


Due to the constant influx of new materials and digital workflows, digital dentistry is constantly advancing and changing. It is clear that the focus lies on further simplification of workflows that will not sacrifice quality of results. When looking within the adhesive esthetic rehabilitation field and options available for production, there are two different paths: subtractive (milling) and additive (3D printing) manufacturing. These technologies are widely used in the dental field and, while being complimentary, both have different advantages and disadvantages.


Regarding working and production time, for example, for small batches of four unit elements, subtractive manufacturing is the fastest method of production.

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