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Treatment guidelines

Esthetic and function check

Key points

  • A pleasing esthetic outcome is important to most patients
  • Phonetic and masticatory outcomes are the two most important functional demands
  • To avoid disappointments, proper preparation and recalibration of the patient’s expectations during the treatment is critical

Clinical topics

Aftercare / follow up

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