What is the best way to restore the worn dentition?

@article{Hurst2011WhatIT,
  title={What is the best way to restore the worn dentition?},
  author={Dominic Hurst},
  journal={Evidence-Based Dentistry},
  year={2011},
  volume={12},
  pages={55-56}
}
Background Tooth surface loss (TSL) can span from initial enamel loss, though cupping of the occlusal surfaces of posterior teeth, exposure of large areas of dentine on anterior teeth, fractures of unsupported enamel and on until much of the tooth tissue has been lost.1-3 In a recent national survey it was found that 15% of adults showed moderate wear and 2% severe wear.4 Elsewhere it has been estimated that 17% of those aged 70 years will have severe tooth wear.5 The exact aetiology of wear in… CONTINUE READING
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