2021 Volume 9 Issue 4

Inlay Retained Fixed Dental Prosthesis And An Endocrown- A Minimally Invasive Approach


Mayank Kumar Parakh, Krishna Prasad Dosemane, Ganraj Shetty
Abstract

Missing teeth is an extremely common clinical encounter that dentists come across. Various treatment options exist for such a situation including fixed partial dentures and dental implants. In a single missing tooth scenario, dental implants are often the most lucrative and sought-after treatment. These options are invasive and sacrifice a lot of tooth structure. But, in certain situations such as a financial constraint of the patient alternate treatment options are sought. In these situations, resin bonded posterior Fixed Dental Prosthesis (RBFDP) are excellent treatment options. These resin-bonded posterior Fixed Dental Prosthesis (RBFDP) offer an effective and great esthetic outcome for the patient Post and core followed by crown is often a treatment option for severely broken-down teeth. Endocrown is an excellent alternative treatment option in such cases. This case report describes a minimally invasive technique of inlay retained posterior fixed dental prosthesis made of monolithic zirconia and a lithium disilicate endocrown.


How to cite this article
Vancouver
Parakh M K, Dosemane K P, Shetty G. Inlay Retained Fixed Dental Prosthesis And An Endocrown- A Minimally Invasive Approach. Ann. Dent. Spec. 2021;9(4):34-6. https://doi.org/10.51847/V0AFc75GWF
APA
Parakh, M. K., Dosemane, K. P., & Shetty, G. (2021). Inlay Retained Fixed Dental Prosthesis And An Endocrown- A Minimally Invasive Approach. Annals of Dental Specialty, 9(4),34-36. https://doi.org/10.51847/V0AFc75GWF
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