Natural Reproduction of the Maxillary Central Incisor:
Anatomy of a Match Using a Remote Laboratory
Restoration of the single maxillary central incisor is without doubt the most challenging aesthetic procedure in dentistry.1Both anatomically and in a dental patient’s perception, the maxillary central incisors are front and center in a smile. More than any other pair of teeth in the mouth, these two set the tone for a person’s appearance, positively or negatively. This is why dental patients are more sensitive to any discrepancy between the full-coverage restoration of a single maxillary central incisor and its natural counterpart than with any other teeth.
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