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Hybrid nano-resin esthetic crowns in primary teeth.
Within the field of dentistry, loss of primary teeth due to caries, pulp conditions and crown fractures has been recognized as one of the most severe etiological factors of dental problems in the pediatric dentistry field. One of the greatest headways in dentistry in the last years encompasses the adhesion to enamel of primary teeth, this has led to the development of many fromo to restore the tooth.
Obstacles that might be encountered are the presence of an aprismatic layer on the surface of primary teeth. Nevertheless, dentists might overcome these factors coronad manufacture esthetically-pleasing restorations. Crowns manufactured with composite resins and used in indirect techniques in the laboratory optimize physical xoronas chemical characteristics and in general, polymerize with the use of physical means light, heat, pressure, etc.
Therefore, they present smooth, pore-free surfaces, which allow for suitable esthetics, greater resistance to abrasion and proper adaptation. The aim of the present work was to present a clinical case of rehabilitation with indirect composite resin restoration Signum-ceramis-Heraeus and to show a technique for the rehabilitation of primary, upper anterior teeth which did not entail placement of provisional teeth.
Rehabilitation of primary temporary teeth with nano-resin-hybrid crowns prefabricated in the lab represents a suitable option in the field of acerk dentistry. Esthetic crowns, primary anterior teeth, nano-resin. Loss odontoprdiatria primary anterior teeth due to caries, pulp disease and crown fractures has been recognized as one of the most severe etiological factors of dental problems in the field of pediatric dentistry.
Trying to preserve primary incisors is important not only to achieve proper chewing and phonation; abnormal habits can develop, furthermore, aesthetics would be another factor to d. Suitable esthetics is the most difficult goal to achieve.
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Pediatric dentists have sought different rehabilitation and prevention alternatives for primary anterior teeth. Due to the extensive caries frequently presented by children, treatments have mostly consisted on extractions and pulpectomies, and use of amalgam or chrome-steel crowns.
Among others, materials used to restore primary anterior teeth are: Chrome-steel crowns provide better resistance and durability but are inconveniently un-esthetic. Resin restorations comply with esthetic requirements, nevertheless they exhibit secondary effects such as polymerization contraction which can cause an odontkpediatria at the adhesive coronad, postoperative pain, marginal discoloration, recurrent caries, and, finally, loss of the restoration.
Crowns made of light-heat-cured composite resins offer suitable adaptation: The prismless layer can become a problem to achieve suitable adhesion; for odontopediatrja reason many authors suggest it should be eliminated. Composite resins used in the laboratory for indirect techniques optimize physical and chemical characteristics and generally polymerize through the use of physical methods light, heat, pressure, etc.
The aim of the present study was to present a clinical case where rehabilitation of indirect composite resins was performed Signum-ceramis-Heraeus. An apparently healthy 3 year ten cofonas old female patient attended the Pediatric Dentistry Clinic. Clinical examination revealed caries in teeth 51 and 61, previously restored with resin and with frequent dislodgement history. Frankel IV conduct with normal occlusion Figure 1. During the first visit, impressions were taken with irreversible hydrocolloid; and over the model teeth were carved with a L bur, 1 mm were eroded at all sides, rounded borders without retention and shaping a cervical chamfer.
The model was then sent to the laboratory in order to manufacture crowns, with shape and color specifications Figures 2 and 3. Restorations were adjusted, the tooth surface was etched for 15 seconds, and an adhesive layer was applied, polymerization was promoted during 10 seconds, and finally teeth were cemented with dual resin Figure 4.
Caero had previously been treated with hydrofluoric acid and silane application Figure 5. Upper anterior restorations were completed preserving function and exhibiting high aesthetic value Figure 6. There are different treatment methods to restore odontopeidatria anterior sector of primary dentition, but not all of them meet the expectations of the pediatric dentist.
One of the most used treatments is the use of chrome-steel crowns. They meet functionality requirements but are unaesthetic.
Pre-formed metallic crowns with esthetic front are another option to restore the anterior sector; nevertheless, they have shown to wear down, or experience fractures in the aesthetic front, this is due to the fact that masticatory forces are higher than what these crowns can endure.
Polycarbonate crowns are esthetically acceptable, but involve the disadvantage of eliciting poor gingival adaptation, this might lead to gingivitis caused by accumulation of dental plaque, teeth are worn down and pigmented.
Another treatment option would be direct resin crowns as well as celluloid crowns. This technique meets with aesthetic requirements but does not meet functionality requirements since these crowns frequently are dislodged or fractured. Heat and light cured composite resins crowns exhibit suitable adaptation, homogenous surface and absence ofpores, these characteristics confer proper aesthetics and higher resistance to abrasion.
In the present case, crowns were decided upon since the patient had a history of resin restorations dislodgement, taking thus advantage of the adhesion to all the dental structure. Heat-and light-cured composite resins were the selected restorative materials, since they met with durability and resistance criteria as well as aesthetics, which was of the utmost importance bearing in mind they were front teeth.
Even though cementing time was increased, no complications were encountered with the patient, whose behavior was very helpful. Rehabilitation of primary teeth with laboratory prefabricated nano-hybrid-resin represents a suitable option in pediatric dentistry. Coronas de Venner de acero con resina fotocurable.
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Dra. Ania Rodríguez Arrona, Dentista Especialista en niños en Matamoros, Tam.
Structural variations in the surface zone of odontoopediatria tooth enamel observed by scanning electron microscopy. Chair side veneering of composite acerk to anterior stainless steel crowns: Clinical evaluation of parental satisfaction with resin-faced stainless steel crowns. Polyeethylene fiber tape used as post and core in decayed primary anterior teeth: Restoration of severely decayed primary incisors using indirect composite resin restoration technique.
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Comparison of retention and demineralization xcero potential of adhesive banding cements in primary teeth. Amalia Rojas Reynoso E-mail: This article can be read in its full version in the following page: METHOD During the first visit, impressions were taken with irreversible hydrocolloid; and over the model teeth were carved with a L bur, 1 mm were eroded at all sides, rounded borders without retention and shaping a cervical chamfer.