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Caption: Figure 1: Clinical picture showing gingival enlargement of maxillary and mandibular anterior teeth
1 Maxillary anterior teeth are well known to have a straight single root that usually encases a single root canal; nevertheless, clinicians may still face a root/root canal configuration with an aberrant morphology resulting in challenges even in accessing the root canals.
In anterior teeth, the most common choice for DPC was MTA (GD: 50%; PD: 42%), and the same was observed for DPC in posterior teeth (GD: 50%; PD: 43%) (Table 3).
Subjects and Methods: Records from 51 patients were retrieved from a Dental School Clinic, comprising 73 fractured anterior teeth directly restored with a submicron hybrid composite (Spectrum TPH) resin and respective adhesive system (Prime&Bond NT) were evaluated.
This article presents the stages of esthetic rehabilitation of a patient with severe fluorosis including Direct Laminte (composite) veneering for mandibular anterior teeth and Indirect Laminate (ceramic) veneering for maxillary anterior teeth and its success in one year follow-ups is discussed.
Nevertheless, as the gingival display in the maxillary anterior teeth is more apparent than that of the posterior teeth, the pink aesthetics, i.
Neff5 developed the anterior coefficient; a method to compare the widths of the anterior teeth in the upper arch with that of the the teeth in the lower.
Posterior teeth were more likely to be extracted due to caries than anterior teeth, and anterior teeth were more likely to be extracted if trauma was involved.
The mandibular anterior teeth showed minimal wear, but mild to moderate wear was noted on the occlusal surfaces of the maxillary and mandibular posterior teeth.

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