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Esthetic rehabilitation of a severely worn dentition with minimally invasive prosthetic procedures (MIPP).

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Restorative treatment of the severely worn dentition is typically indicated to replace deficient tooth structure, limit the advancement of tooth destruction, improve oral function, and enhance the appearance of the teeth. Minimizing removal of additional tooth structure while also fulfilling the desire of patients to have highly esthetic restorations can present a prosthetic challenge when the existing tooth structure is already diminished. This article presents a comprehensive minimally invasive prosthetic treatment approach using a lithium disilicate all-ceramic material for the esthetic rehabilitation of a severely worn dentition for a female patient diagnosed with Söjgren syndrome.

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