Esthetic Rehabilitation of Severely Discolored Maxillary Anterior Teeth with Porcelain Laminate Veneers: A Case Report
Author Name : Dr. Shikha Nandal, Dr. Himanshu Shekhawat
ABSTRACT: Advances in the technology of bonding porcelain to enamel created the possibility of porcelain veneers as an alternative to the use of full crowns for the treatment of many clinical conditions, such as treatment of diastemas, malaligned teeth, worn dentition, chipped teeth, and excessively discolored teeth. Veneers are considered to be a more conservative treatment approach than full crowns because preparation of the teeth for veneers involves less tooth reduction than full crown preparations. This article presents a case report of a patient with severe discoloration of teeth due to fluorosis treated by porcelain laminates in maxillary anterior teeth and hence improving the esthetics of the patient.