Where form and function meet
July 10, 2012
Over the years, I have seen many restorations being modified and compromised due to poor planning from the start. Developing a plan, turning it into a protocol and then following every step precisely, will ensure a predictable and successful restoration. For aesthetic anterior restorations it is most important to start with a diagnostic wax up. This is a solid foundation for any case. All the critical points such as: length, proportions and anatomical details will be determined.