Full-mouth rehabilitation of the worn dentition.
Loss of tooth structure has become more and more common in modern society. It is of multifactorial origin, may be induced by erosion, attrition, abrasion and bruxism.
Traditionally, a full mouth rehabilitation based on full-crown coverage was recommended due to their good mechanical properties and sustainability. Nowadays, adhesive techniques improved and composite resin full-mouth rehabilitation has good long-term prognosis.
It's a minimally invasive procedure (no tooth structure loss) with reduced costs and treatment time (more affordable and quicker). It's not as strong as ceramic crowns but much easier to be repaired than crowns.
This case showed a very good result of full-mouth rehabilitation with composite resin. It fixed the worn dentition esthetically and functionally.