This second of the four part series of articles on the current concepts of tooth wear management will focus on the provision of active restorative care, where the implementation of a preventative, passive approach may prove insufficient to meet the patient’s expectations, or indeed prove to be sufficiently adequate to address the extent of the underlying pathology to the desired level of clinical satisfaction. The active restorative management of cases presenting with localised toothwear (of either the anterior, posterior, maxillary or mandibular variety) will be considered in depth in this paper, including a description of the commonly applied techniques and treatment strategies, where possible illustrated by case examples

The management of localised tooth wear Mehta et al. 2011 British Dental Journal