Conserving a tooth in esthetic way - A case report
Esthetic treatment is the main concern for everyone in today’s world. Clinicians are in search of a durable and tooth colored restorative material. All ceramics with high strength are better alternative to composite, amalgam and gold for posterior tooth restoration. Tooth-colored restorations made from composite resin or ceramic has solved many of the esthetic concerns. This case report presented a durable and more conservative esthetic treatment for a broken tooth with bruxZir inlay.
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