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The Aesthetic Practice - Part 1

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In part 1 of this Lecture series, renowned New York aesthetic dentist Dr. Larry Rosenthal shares with us his philosophy on what it takes to become an aesthetically oriented dentist as well as how to develop an aesthetics based practice. Dr. Rosenthal also introduces us to his approach to smile design and enhancement.

Date Added:
1/10/2010

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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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Questions & Comments
mehdi adili - (6/20/2019 8:44 AM)

Great information. Dr A. I know that you have your own Lab tech, any other technicians that meets your standards? specially the ons that still do feldspathic. Best

Sami Shahhal - (9/13/2017 9:56 PM)

Excellent Lecture.

Sam Busich - (9/14/2012 11:42 AM)

Yes, this is great stuff by Dr. Larry. A pioneer in esthetic dentistry. Video worked great for me on my IPAD. Sam

Maurice Salama - (9/14/2012 11:37 AM)

Mina; try again with different Internet connection. It is working very well and is an excellent lecture. Dr. Salama

Mina Mon - (9/14/2012 11:01 AM)

Sorry I cannot see videos ,I just hear the sound of lecturer,plz help me..

Shahram Hamedani796 - (6/1/2012 12:30 AM)

Dear Dr Rosenthal, thank you for your brief,concise, helpful and practical lecture. i also appreciate your emphasis on ethics.Best wishes.

Edward Mousally223 - (12/7/2011 6:54 PM)

Thank you! Like to see more.

688 - (9/4/2011 8:06 AM)

I love Larry as he taught me in the USA doing only part one of his course . Brilliant hands on ! Thanks.

Kia Koushyar - (4/30/2010 8:33 PM)

Fabuloso!

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