Premature loss of dental hard tissue, due to biocorrosive parameters, like erosion, attrition and abrasion, is a currently ever increasing problem in prevalence and incidence. This means dentists have to develop diagnosis, monitoring and treatment strategies to handls this mostly compex and multifactorial situations. The overall aim however is to safe as much hard tissue as possible – striving for minimal invasive treatment-concepts.
The lecture shows different approaches using a clear concept under application of different materials and technologies. On the basis of scientifc data and multiple clinical cases the lecturecoverss the main aspects for decision making and clinical procedures including the tooth coloured bimaxillary „MUNICH SPLINT“ with a lot of practical tips „ready for use“.