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As the title suggests, is it possible with good occlusion? Or would layered zirconium be better in this situation? I don’t like the duller/less life-like appearance of the zirconium.
Am I allowed to post a picture of the prep reduction? Or possibly send you an imgur if you are willing to give your feedback? I have to decide if I want to redo my anterior zirconium crowns into Emax by tomorrow.It all depends, if you have enough prep reduction, yes, it is possible.
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Post some photos.
Do you think there is a high degree of success in improving the current result? The zirconium crown clearly blocks the stump, but maybe this level of opacity is overkill in this case? He was especially concerned about the labial. It's the duller/greyer perhaps less lifelike appearance of the material that bothers me.M00 ingot and microlayer the labial...easy peezy!!!
Before, prep and after. The lighting on the after photo is brutally honest. It’s not that noticable usually I don’t think, but I do notice the shade difference, especially in certain lightings. My dentist thinks the result has a chance of being worse if it’s made in a more translucent material, but then again he isn’t exactly impartial.
I like your tooth shape and form, especially #8. Maybe a little narrower and a bit less surface texture, but that part of it looks good, nice jobThe last photo is the current zirconium crowns. There has been no remake yet but I’m considering it. If I do, I will post an update with as much info about material as I can gather.