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Flashcards in Operative II-E2: Veneers Deck (20):
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Which type of veneer might I use for a bruxer?

Indirect composite veneers..they are repairable!

2

Which type of veneer was most esthetic?

Feldspathic

3

Which type of veneer was the best fit?

Pressed

4

Which type of veneer was the strongest?

Pressed

5

Contraindications for veneers: Lack of available _______ for bonding

enamel

6

Contraindications for veneers: Small _______ spots

hypoplastic...not enough of a reason to remove tooth structure

7

Contraindications for veneers: Small diastema closures less than ___mm

1mm...just add composite to those

8

Contraindications for veneers: Destructive _______ (bruxers/class III malocclusions & severe Class II)

occlusions

9

Facial tooth reduction on veneers- ___mm gingival chamfer, ___-___ incisal and body, ___-___mm for dark teeth.

0.3mm gingival, 0.5-0.7 body to incisal....0.75-1.0mm for dark teeth!

10

Gingival margins should be _____-gingival or just at the ______ of the gingivae on enamel

SUPRA....crest

11

What is the essential purpose of the 's'-curve?

aesthetics-to hide any black triangle effects

12

What contacts when two veneers are together?

The porcelain veneers

13

What is the contact when we have veneer and natural tooth?

Leave the contact when natural tooth to veneer

14

Leave the the incisal edge when occlusion is _______

NORMAL!

15

Remove the incisal edge when occlusion is ________

abnormal...bruxing, lengthening, and reshaping

16

When leaving the incisal- Prepare only through labial ____ of incisal edge F-L direction

0.5

17

When removing the incisal edge, you'll need ___-___mm in thickness.

1.5-2.0mm

18

When taking away the incisal edge, the lingual margin is a ______.

shoulder

19

Mini – wings allow for bulk of ceramic for WHAT? ___-___mm

0.5-1.0mm

20

Maxillary cuspids may need ___ planes of reduction

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