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singlecentral – caseoverview1

before restoration
Due to the old unesthetic crown and the failure of the root, extraction on 21 was required.

shade selection
Implant has been placed. The image shows a stable soft tissue condition, ready for a try-in

material selection
One week after the insertion. The soft tissue is healing exceptionally well.

after restoration
It is irregular, but also in proportion and perfectly balanced, making the restoration undetectable. Colour matched by shade photos only without seeing patient.

Dentistry and Photography by Dr Andrew Chio (Melbourne), Ceramist Yugo Hatai

singlecentral – caseoverview2

before restoration
With temporary crown in situ on 21, the beauty of nature is show in this quadrant.

shade selection
A Selection of shade guides in the one photo helps in achieving a correct colour match. Colour matched by shade photos only without seeing patient

material selection
Zirconia abutment in situ and soft tissue appears to be stable and healthy.

after restoration
Shape and colour in proportion as a whole with a well positioned restoration

Dentistry and Photography by Dr Tony Rotondo (Brisbane), Ceramist Yugo Hatai

singlecentral – caseoverview3

before restoration
Pre-op retracted view showing temporary crown in situ on 21.

shade selection
With a lot of “Reddish-brown” colour to be added from C2/3 selected shades, it’ll be more towards D range.

post-op petracted view
“All things considered, this is probably the best single central incisor I’ve ever done in 30 years of trying!” was the feedback received from the clinician.

after restoration
Colour matched by shade photos only without seeing patient. A Challenging case with very satisfying result.

Dentistry and Photography by Dr Jeff McGrath (Canberra), Ceramist Yugo Hatai