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A full-mouth rehabilitation using zirconia all-ceramic crowns: a case report
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A full-mouth rehabilitation using zirconia all-ceramic crowns: a case report
Choi, In-Seon; Kim, Dong-Woon; Lee, Jung-Jin; Kim, Kyoung-A; Seo, Jae-Min;
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 Abstract
As patients' esthetic expectations increase, there is an increase in demand for cosmetic restorations of anterior and posterior teeth that resemble the natural tooth morphology and color. An example of high-strength all-ceramic systems is zirconia with CAD/CAM application. This case report describes a full-mouth rehabilitation using zirconia all-ceramic crowns supported by upper and lower implants and by a minimal increase in the occlusal vertical dimension in a patient with severe abrasion due to loss of posterior teeth.
 Keywords
zirconia;CAD/CAM;full mouth restoration;implants;vertical dimension;
 Language
Korean
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