Recently, we have heard a lot about minimally invasive rehabilitation, and when it comes to front teeth, we sometimes recommend the manufacture of ceramic veneers of minimal thickness.
As before, we must look for ways to preserve as many intact tooth structures as possible at each clinical stage to obtain a balance between function and aesthetics while maintaining the maximum amount of enamel. Continue reading
It is known that the root of an ankylosed tooth usually undergoes resorption and subsequent replacement with bone tissue. In addition, if ankylosis occurs before the growth and development of the jaw is complete, a defect in hard / soft tissue will be present in the area of the affected tooth.
However, if tooth ankylosis has formed after growth is complete, this may not affect the position of hard and soft tissues. Continue reading