Dental erosion is a frequently underestimated pathology that nowadays affects an increasing number of younger individuals.
Often the advanced tooth destruction is the result of not only a difficult initial diagnosis (e.g. multifactorial etiology of tooth wear), but also a lack of timely intervention.
Traditionally, a full-mouth conventional rehabilitation has been the recommended treatment. However, full-crown coverage of almost all teeth and extensive elective root canal treatment should be considered too aggressive for this generally very young population of patients.
With current improved adhesive techniques, the indications for crowns have decreased and a more conservative approach should be proposed, to preserve tooth structure and to postpone more invasive treatments until the patient is older.
Our clinic is internationally recognized as one of the most competent center capable to treat patients affected by dental erosion, with the least invasive procedures available.