Year: 2018 | Month: July | Volume: 8 | Issue: 7 | Pages: 385-388
A Morphological Respected Rehabilitation of Maxillary Central Incisor: A Clinical Report
Rim Kallala1*, Sarra Nasri1**, Ameni Adli2**, Chiraz Baccouche3*,Soumaya Touzi3*, Dalenda Hadyaoui3**, Zohra Nouira3**, Belhassen Harzallah3**, Mounir Cherif4**
1DDS, 2Assistante Professor, 3Professor, 4PHD HOD of Department,
*Department of Dental Anatomy of the Dentistry Clinic of Monastir, Tunisia
**Department of Fixed Prosthodontics of the Dentistry Clinic of Monastir, Tunisia.
Corresponding Author: Rim Kallala
In esthetic dentistry, central incisors are known as key elements and characterize the term "dominance of central incisors. Because of its median anterior position, a crown on the upper central incisor will be immediately compared with the natural tooth and the slightest differences will be immediately perceived. For the clinician, it poses the greatest restorative challenge. Shape, embrasures, incisal edge and angles should be respected. This article reports a clinical case of a maxillary central incisor’s esthetic rehabilitation and aims to determine a check list that should be respected for each successful rehabilitation.
Key words: esthetic dentistry, maxillary, central incisors, rehabilitation .