Posterior teeth restorations

It can be made directly in the mouth, to treat small caries and fractures.

Or it can be laboratory fabricated, to treat large caries and restore root canal treated teeth preventing fractures.

Ceramic restorations are more resistent and have better color stability when compared to resin.

Minimal or no removal of healthy tooth structure.

Direct resin restoration

– Removal of carie and old restoration

– Application of adhesive system

– Resin restoration

Clinical Work – Rui Negrão

Initial - caries and fracture of old restoration
Initial - caries and fracture of old restoration
Rubber dam isolation
Caries removal, adhesive system application and reconstruction
Before and After
Before and After
Laboratory "Onlays" to replace amalgams

– Removal of old restoration with minimal tooth structure reduction

– Construction of “onlays” – laboratory made teeth parcial restorations

– Cementation with adhesive system

Clinical work – Jorge André Cardoso

Laboratory work – Oleg Blashkiv

Old amalgams
Amalgams removal with minimal tooth structure reduction
Lab made "Onlays"
"Onlays" cementation
"Onlays" cementation
Before and After
Restorations similar to natural teeth
Before and After
Ceramic "Onlay" in root canal treated tooth

–  Root canal treated tooth, compromised and discolored

– Minimal tooth reduction to gain space for the restoration

– Ceramic “Onlay” made in laboratory

– Cementation with adhesive system

Clinical Work – Jorge André Cardoso

Laboratory work – Oleg Blashkiv

Discolored root canal treated tooth
Minimal tooth reduction to gain space for the restoration
Laboratory made ceramic onlay cemented in the mouth
Final view
Before and After
Laboratory Composite "Onlays" to replace the lost tooth structure

– Articulated study casts

– Previous aesthetic and funcional simulation

– Resin composite indirect restorations

– Clinical Work – Jorge André Cardoso and Teresa Taveira

Laboratory Work – Oleg Blashkiv

Initial
Final
Ceramic "Vonlay" in esthetic zone

–  Severely damaged tooth in an esthetic zone

– Minimal tooth reduction to gain space for the restoration

– Ceramic “Vonlay” made in laboratory

– Cementation with adhesive system

Clinical Work – Jorge André Cardoso

Laboratory work – Oleg Blashkiv

Initial - severely damaged premolar
Initial - severely damaged premolar
Ceramic "Vonlay" - occlusal and internal view
Ceramic "Vonlay" adhesion
Final
Final
Before and After
Before and After

ORA – Dental Esthetics and Oral Rehabilitation

Rua 23, nº 344. 3º andar, sala C,
4500-142 Espinho, Portugal

Phone  (+351) 227 310 100 | (+351) 919 233 470
Email info@ora.pt

Monday to Friday – 9-13h, 15-19h | Saturday 9-13h

Train station, car parking and beach area within 5 min walk.

Oporto 30 min by train. Lisbon 2h30m by train.

Oporto Airport 30 min by car / 1h by metro-train.

ORA - Dental Esthetics and Oral Rehabilitation

ORA Clinic