The treatment plan represents the final step in every diagnostic procedure and is the result of a series of assessments based on information gathered from a detailed clinical history. This clinical case reports the replacement of two central incisors that were lost because of a trauma. The advantages and disadvantages of the two treatment options (i.e. implantology or prosthetic restoration) were carefully evaluated in relation to the case in hand. Patient compliance and aesthetic requirements had been also considered. In this case, a conventional prosthetic restoration was performed using a metal-ceramic bridge, utilising full crowns between the right and left maxillary lateral incisors associated with minimal canine preparation. By this strategy, the treatment plan allows for a future implant restoration, should this become necessary.
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