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Article: Volume 47 Number 3 Page 253 - March 2020

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  Dent Update 2020; 47: 253-263

Restorative dentistry:  A Clinical Case: Restoration of Toothwear

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Abstract: This paper presents a case demonstrating treatment of localized severe toothwear and generalized moderate toothwear, in a previously bulimic and anorexic patient. The treatment plan and rationale for treatment is discussed. The case shows the analytical diagnostic steps taken to formulate the treatment plan, which focused on prevention, treatment of disease and restoration of teeth affected by toothwear, in order to achieve the objective of establishing oral health, function and aesthetics.

Clinical relevance: Using available interocclusal space created by repositioning the mandible into the retruded centric relation position, this case demonstrates minimally invasive direct additive composite placements to restore generalized toothwear in general practice.

Author notes: Janita Patel, BDS(Lond), MSc(RDP), MA(MedEd) FHEA, FFGDP(RCS Eng)General Dental Practitioner, Northwood, Middlesex. (email: janitavpatel@gmail.com)

Objective: To demonstrate minimally invasive direct additive composite placements to restore generalized toothwear in general practice.

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