Step-by-Step Resin Bonding of Ceramic Veneers in the Anterior Maxilla A Case Report - Exam 78
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by Ferreira, Oderich, Boff, Volpato
Applying the biomimetic principles, maximum preservation of the sound tooth
structure may be achieved by means of adhesive restorations. Due to bonding,
it is possible to conduct minimally invasive esthetic procedures with laminate
veneers assuring a high mechanical resistance of the tooth/restoration bond. A
clinical case of adhesive restorations is presented using the bonding protocol
respecting the diversity of each product’s commercial brands and manufacturer’s
recommendations.

Questions:
 1) What is the option below you have for definitive
cementation of onlays, inlays and laminate veneers:
  1. zinc phosphate cement
  2. glass ionomer cement
  3. pre-heated composite resin
  4. duralon
 2) Small substrate color changes may be masked using different cement shades. For the color analysis prior to cementation, it is indicated to use:
  1. non-cured composite resin
  2. flowable resin
  3. water
  4. mixture of composite resin and Vaseline
 3) After the try-in evaluation prepare the intaglio
surface by:
  1. lightly sandblasting with aluminum oxide
  2. soaking in water
  3. applying phosphoric acid
  4. applying acetone with cotton ball
 4) Which alternative below is not necessary in order to treatment plan anterior laminate veneers:
  1. a study model
  2. a diagnostic wax-up
  3. intra and extra-oral photographs
  4. previous orthodontic treatment
 5) Laminate veneers are minimally invasive
restorations which:
  1. are fabricated in feldspathic ceramic
  2. cannot be milled from ceramic blocks
  3. require chamfer as the terminal cervical portion of the preparation
  4. require axial reduction of 1.2mm and incisal reduction of 2.0mm