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Digitization and planning are key to achieving predictability with dental veneer treatment. However, when working with composite resin, only a palatal guide is typically generated from a wax-up to establish length, and layering is performed freehand. This article discusses how to make the most of digital tools such as intraoral and facial scanning for planning and design when increasing vertical dimension of occlusion, as well as how to generate “stamping” guides that provide an exact likeness in comparison to the previously established design in order to transfer the planned anatomy and details with direct composite veneers and tabletops without deviating from the initial design.
After reading this article, the participant should be able to:
Teaching Methods: Self-instruction
Credits: 3 CEU