Case Study: Invisalign and Veneers
After an accident as a child, the then fractured deciduous tooth damaged the permanent tooth resulting in three upper jaw front teeth of which two were fused together (also known as ‘non-genetic Gemination’).
Prof Dr Christian Mehl
To reduce the amount of drilling needed to correct the teeth a six-month course of Invisalign was started. After correcting the tooth positioning, the colour and shape were corrected using four full ceramic prep veneers and two non-prep veneers on the canines. The results shown are after wearing the veneers for six years.
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