|Title:||Using acrylic resin tooth veneers in patients with an abnormal jaw relationship: a case report||Authors:||TSUNG-CHIEH YANG
|Issue Date:||2014||Source:||The International journal of prosthodontics||Journal Volume:||27||Journal Issue:||6||Abstract:||
This case report describes and evaluates a method of arranging artificial teeth in patients with an abnormal jaw relationship in which a wider maxillary arch opposes a narrower mandibular arch. First, the fossa of mandibular posterior teeth was positioned on the crest of the mandibular edentulous ridge. The maxillary posterior teeth were then placed palatally to maximize occlusal contacts with the opposing mandibular teeth. Finally, acrylic resin tooth veneers were attached on the buccal surface of posterior maxillary teeth to improve the arch discrepancy. This method addresses functional considerations with the inner aspect of teeth and esthetic considerations with acrylic resin tooth veneers.
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