Treatment of generalized tooth wear with the injection flowable technique
Tooth wear is an important and increasing pathology in dentistry. Restorative treatment of severe tooth wear should be as minimally invasive as possible. The injection flowable technique is a conservative and predictable method to restore the worn dentition.
This technique makes use of a transparent silicone index and a flowable composite to transfer in a predictable and accurate way the diagnostic wax-up into the placement of direct composite restorations.
A clinical case will be presented to explain in detail the workflow of the injection flowable technique for total rehabilitation of generalized tooth wear.
Pieter-Jan Swerts grew up in Antwerp, Belgium and recieved his Master's degree in Dentistry at the Catholic University of Leuven in 2017. Afterwards he followed a postgraduate program in prosthetic and restorative dentistry from 2017 until 2021. He has a special interest for digital dentistry and the use of CAD-CAM technology.
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