In Practice Maintenance of Esthetic Restorations
Ronald Goldstein, DDS
Utilising a restorative approach to correct an adult skeletal class III malocclusion
Gerard J. Lemongello discusses all the steps taken to correct the malocclusion.
Splints Are Not Just for TMJ Therapy Part II: Fabrication Technique
When only the canine or the incisors contact in lateral movement, there is a neurologic feedback mechanism that prevents excessive muscular contraction (the more teeth that contact the greater the possible contractile stress and thus muscular overload).
Aesthetic Excellence Through Outcome-Based Treatment Rationale
The conceptual basis of restorative-driven implant dentistry is well established among clinicians. Its implementation includes the development of a prosthetic blueprint that will serve as a guide throughout therapy. While these concepts may be applied to prosthetic dentistry in general, their benefits are most compelling in the treatment of the aesthetic zone. This article demonstrates a systematic multidimensional approach for the establishment and incorporation of definitive aesthetic objectives throughout…
Biologic and Surgical Strategies for Achieving Implant Esthetics – Part 2
Dr. André Saadoun describes delayed and staged implant placement.
Utilizing the Front Surface Mirror
Tip of the Week
Tooth Whitening State of the Art - It takes a Team - Part 1
In this webinar, the entire dental team will learn all aspects of tooth whitening. This will include photos, case presentations, tooth bleaching, taking impressions, pouring models, to the fabrication and delivery of the home whitening trays.
Tissue Management as a Key to Esthetics Success
This webinar will look at techniques for tissue management that support producing exquisite esthetic results.
Improving Smiles Through Conservative Techniques
This course is worth 1 CEU.
The Holy Grail of True Regeneration - Fibronectin
This webinar will involve a histologic study review about the key role of fibronectin, "Nature's Nectar" & why it is the Holy Grail of true regeneration. Come follow a real Professor's histologic journey in search of the Raiders of the Lost Attachment and how to get it back.
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