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ADA FDI 2021 World Dental Congress
World Dental Congress - Special Edition
ADA FDI 2021 World Dental Congress
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Bonded Bridgework: Do modern materials achieve positive outcomes with adhesive bridgework?

Presentation Description

The use of all-ceramic restorations represents a valid alternative to complete crown restorations and the minimally invasive prosthetic procedure (MIPP) suggested by Fradeani Education team allows the maximum preservation of health tooth structure thus guaranteeing vitality and higher overall resistance of restoration, also thanks to the undeniable advantages offered by the adhesive cementation technique.
Nowadays this concept is applicable from aesthetic cases to full mouth rehabilitations, allowing preservation of vitality and tooth structure: in this scenario we can not forget that bridgeworks can still play an important role, in all situations where we need to deal with surgical or prosthetic problems. 

The availability of a wide range of ceramic materials permits the achievement of excellent, long lasting esthetic results mixed rehabilitation, also using bridges. This prosthetic treatment workflow always starts with an esthetic and functional plan which allows an ideal integration of esthetics, biological and functional requirements, both for anterior and posterior areas and for traditional and digital workflows.

Learning Outcomes:

1. Pinpoint the state of the art in adhesive dentistry.
2. Organize a precise workflow in prosthetic dentistry, also in case of VDO augmentation including bridgeworks.
3. Define a precise repeatable preparation sequence for bridges.
4. Choose the right material and a correct predictable cementation protocol.

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