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Current concepts on the management of tooth wear: part 1. Assessment, treatment planning and strategies for the prevention and the passive management of tooth wear
The aim of this series of four articles on tooth wear management is to provide the reader with the necessary information in order to be able to successfully manage cases of tooth wear, regardless of… Expand
Cracked tooth syndrome. Part 1: aetiology and diagnosis
Symptomatic, incompletely fractured posterior teeth can be a great source of anxiety for both the dental patient and dental operator. For the latter, challenges associated with deriving an accurate… Expand
Current concepts on the management of tooth wear: part 4. An overview of the restorative techniques and dental materials commonly applied for the management of tooth wear
This final article of the four part series on the current concepts of tooth wear will provide the reader with an evaluation of the data available in the contemporary literature with regards to the… Expand
Current concepts on the management of tooth wear: part 2. Active restorative care 1: the management of localised tooth wear
This second of the four part series of articles on the current concepts of tooth wear management will focus on the provision of active restorative care, where the implementation of a preventative,… Expand
Severe Tooth Wear: European Consensus Statement on Management Guidelines.
This paper presents European expert consensus guidelines on the management of severe tooth wear. It focuses on the definition of physiological vs pathological tooth wear and recommends diagnosis,… Expand
Cracked tooth syndrome. Part 2: restorative options for the management of cracked tooth syndrome
The second of this two part series on 'cracked tooth syndrome' will focus on the available methods for the immediate, intermediate and definitive management of patients affected by this condition.… Expand
Current concepts on the management of tooth wear: part 3. Active restorative care 2: the management of generalised tooth wear
Paper 3 of this series on the current concepts of tooth wear management will focus on the provision of active restorative intervention for cases presenting with generalised tooth wear. Expand
An evaluation of the influence of teeth and the labial soft tissues on the perceived aesthetics of a smile
Objective The aim of this study was to investigate how the lips and teeth may affect the perceived aesthetics of a given smile. Lips and teeth were collectively assessed in different fields of view… Expand
Aesthetic smile evaluation--a non-invasive solution.
UNLABELLED Enhancement of the aesthetic zone is a common reason for patients to seek dental care. This article describes a protocol for the examination, assessment and treatment planning for a… Expand
Clinical performance of Rochette bridges used as immediate provisional restorations for single unit implants in general practice
A retrospective clinical audit of the role and survival of 69 Rochette bridges used as immediate provisional restorations for single tooth, implant-retained crowns was carried out over the period… Expand