Observation of the nature and in our case of the natural tooth, not limited to the single entity, but in relation to all adjacent biological structures, gingival soft tissue, lips, face, included the personality and the somatic characteristics of the patient, allow us to comprehend better the relationship between form, function, biology and esthetics.
Starting from objective parameters, through our sensibility, perception, knowledge and ability, we can individualize the restorations and make them more dynamic and lifelike.
In one side we can reach gradually new contours, volumes and shape in relation to the function and phonetic and recreate esthetics in harmony with the somatic and emotional characteristics of the patient.
In the other side, acting on the light phenomenas which developed into and on the surface of dental structure, we can change optical tooth morphology and optical tooth dimension, which affect on the final appearance of our restorations.
Another fundamental goal is to involve and to address dental technicians to understand some of the clinical aspects and to apply them during laboratory procedures, in order to respect the biological structure and, at the same time, involve clinicians also in order to gain more confidence both in technical laboratory steps and dental morphology emulation.
Through the TEAM work philosophy it is possible to improve the intercommunication between clinicians and technicians, in order to achieve success in the final dental restoration.