Introducing Choukroun’s Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF) to the Reconstructive Surgery Milieu
Dan Holtzclaw, DDS, MS;Michael Toffler, DDS;Nicholas Toscano, DDS, MS;Marco Del Corso, DDS, DIU ; David Dohan Ehrenfest, DDS, MS, PhD
Classification and Treatment of the Anterior Maxillary Dentition Affected by Dental Erosion: The Ace Classification
In modern society, dentinal erosion has become one of the major causes of the loss of mineralized tooth structure. The aim of this articel is to convince clinicians that in the specific case of dental erosion, hesitation in under-taking the adequate treatment will inevitably lead to further degradation of the patients dentition.
Achieving Optimal Gingival Esthetics
Rationale, Concepts, and Techniques
Chu's Aesthetic Gauges: Proportion
The Proportion Gauge has the T-bar tip on one end and an In-line tip on the opposite end. The T-bar tip is used on teeth with normal alignment and the In-line tip is used for crooked or crowded teeth where the horizontal arm of the T-bar is obstructed by the rotated teeth. The instrument is used to measure the width and length of maxillary anterior teeth. The tip measurements have a predetermined ratio of about 78% (based on the study results on the average width, length ratio of the maxillary anterior…
The Aesthetic Practice - Part 3: The Impossible Possibility
Dr. Larry Rosenthal demonstrates the extraordinary possibilities that are achievable in aesthetic therapy.
Dr. Jacinthe Paquette on Restorative Materials
Dr. Paquettte discusses restorative materials & challenges women face in dentistry.
Biologic and Surgical Strategies for Achieving Implant Esthetics – Part 3
Dr. André Saadoun outlines in detail how to implement the ten most important surgical and restorative factors that lead to predictable implant esthetics.
Give Back a Smile: Full mouth Restorations
Dr. Lynn Jones presents solutions for a full mouth restorative treatment while showing the benefits utilizing a microscope.
The Trial Smile Experience
Have you ever thought that if your patients only knew how much a smile makeover could enhance their faces, they would be interested in cosmetic dentistry? The Trial Smile Experience is an interactive exercise that demonstrates the facial improvement that your patients can expect to achieve, while building trust and eliminating their fear of the unknown. In addition, the model of the trial smile allows the clinician to communicate the esthetically driven aspects of the treatment plan to their technician and specialists. This tool is sure to create more cosmetic dentistry in your practice, and you will learn:
• When the Trial Smile Experience is most effective
• How to use digital photography for co-discovery with your patients
• Techniques for performing an effective clinical mock up (trial smile)
• How to use the mounted trial smile model and digital images to communicate with your technician and specialists
Shade & Color in Dentistry
A 5 part course worth 3 CEUs.
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