In patients affected by dimensional discrepancy between size of anterior maxillary and mandibular teeth, orthodontic therapy could be necessary to solve occlusal problems. However, anterior restorations are indicated to finalize the aesthetic aspect of the therapy. The aim of the present retrospective clinical study was to evaluate the long-term outcomes of direct additive composite restorations performed to correct anterior teeth discrepancies persisting after orthodontic treatment.
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