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Petros Mourouzis

Petros Mourouzis was born on 9nd July 1977 in Thessaloniki, Greece and graduated in 2006 from the Dental School of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. In 2012 he obtained a Master of Science in Operative Dentistry and he continued with his PhD studies at the department of Basic Dental Sciences at Dental School of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Since 2006 he has been working in his private dental office in Thessaloniki. He has published articles in international dental journals in the field of dental materials science. Also, he is a lecturer in national and international congresses in aesthetic dentistry and in dental materials.

A Piece of CAD\CAM

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Computer-assisted manufacturing (CAD/CAM technology) is an innovative fabrication system that is used increasingly nowadays. Inlays, onlays, veneers or even crowns of different thickness can be produced using this technology. In the following presentation a dysplastic canine is being restored in one visit with CADCAM technology. The whole procedure is being presented in the following video and representative pictures are included in the text.



Restoring the shape and fuction of a canine using CADCAM technology.


Isolation of the field before cementation.

Air abrasion with aluminium oxide.

Air abrasion with aluminium oxide.

Etching with 37% phosporic acid gel.

Etched surface of the canine before cementation.

Design of the restoration. Examination of recorded positions of the mandible.

Palatal aspect of the restoration, immediate after the cementation.

Restoration immediate after the cementation.

Scanning with the omnicam is even possible with the use of a rubber dam in place.

The polycromatic block is placed so with the help of the software algorithm we can achive a chromatic dentin and a more translucent incisal area.

Follow up, 1 month after the cementation.

Conclusions

With the proper material selection along with the proper techniques (adhesion and isolation), prepless and very thin restorations can be elaborated with chair side CAD/CAM technology in one single appointment.
 

Bibliography

  1. 1. Magne P, Cheung R. Numeric simulation of occlusal interferences in molars restored with ultrathin occlusal veneers. J Prosthet Dent. 2017 Jan;117(1):132-137.
  2. 2. Guth JF, Magne P.Optical integration of CAD/CAM materials. Int J Esthet Dent. Autumn 2016;11(3):394-409.
  3. 3. Awad D, Stawarczyk B, Liebermann A, Ilie N.Translucency of esthetic dental restorative CAD/CAM materials and composite resins with respect to thickness and surface roughness. J Prosthet Dent. 2015 Jun;113(6):534-40..
  4. 4. Peumans M, Valjakova EB, De Munck J, Mishevska CB, Van Meerbeek B. Bonding Effectiveness of Luting Composites to Different CAD/CAM Materials. J Adhes Dent. 2016;18(4):289-302.

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