Ceramic restorations: Clinical-laboratorial communication improved by a fully digital workflow
The use of technology has been increasing progressively in Dentistry, providing assertiveness in prosthetic rehabilitations. Simultaneously, to be successful in rehabilitative treatments, clinical-laboratory interaction is of utmost importance. In the clinical case described, the patient was diagnosed with right upper lateral incisor agenesis. Initially, dental movement was performed with Orthodontic Aligners (Invisalign) to enable reanatomization of canine lateral and premolar canine. Then, the planning was initiated by digital wax-ups. After the patient's approval, minimally invasive dental preparations were performed and the ceramic pieces were made by the digital flow, guaranteeing the fidelity of the previous design.