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The Aesthetic Practice - Part 2: Minimally Invasive Therapy

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In part 2 of this Lecture series, renowned New York aesthetic dentist Dr. Larry Rosenthal outlines the various techniques that he utilizes in minimally invasive aesthetic therapy. Specifically and in great details, Dr. Rosenthal describes the rules of tooth preparation, enamelplasty, provisionalization and the delivery of veneer restorations.

Date Added:
1/12/2010

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Larry Rosenthal, DDS, PC Larry Rosenthal, DDS, PC
Larry Rosenthal, DDS, PC Dr. Rosenthal Heads The Rosenthal Apa Group for Aesthetic Dentistry in New Yor...
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Joao Paulo Montenegro Sousa Magalhães - (1/19/2010 3:11 PM)

One more splendid presentation of Dr.Rosenthal! I liked more when you try an answer for the question - «Luxury Vs Necessity??» We can say, also, we should start rehabilitate all the FUNCTION and then spend our motivation doing some DEAUTIFUL for the patient!

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