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Aesthetic Pre-evaluative Temporaries for Anterior Porcelain Veneers

Description:
In this Lecture, Dr. Galip Gurel outlines specific guidelines for achieving smile analysis and consistent optimal tooth preparation prior to porcelain veneer therapy. He introduces his concept of Aesthetic Pre-evaluative Temporaries (APT) which gives the clinician direct intra-oral guidance in order not to over-prepare tooth structure.

Date Added:
8/5/2013

Author(s):

Galip Gurel, DDS Galip Gurel, DDS
Dr. Galip Gurel graduated from the University of Istanbul, Dental School in 1981. He continued his education at the University of Kentucky, Department of Prosthodontics...
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Questions & Comments
BIREN MEHTA - (8/16/2018 9:02 AM)

Do you temp cement your APT?

MOHAMMAD FARHAN - (10/14/2015 4:44 PM)

Great information Dr. Galip, many thanks.

Ronald Goldstein - (3/15/2015 5:27 PM)

Faina, I fully agree with Dr. Salama that eliminating the mock up can be a huge mistake...especially because patients really need to be in the 'approval' stage right from the start...and not wait until the temporary stage. You always want your patient's approval before you prepare teeth. I have had patients who were so 'picky' that I found it best not to take the case and only found out when we did a trial smile.

drnarender singh - (3/15/2015 6:31 AM)

excellent lecture.i am interested in your courses please let me know the dates .I am from india

Maurice Salama - (9/16/2014 8:59 AM)

Faina; Do not skip the Mock-up Phase. It is Critical for minimizing tooth prepatation not ONLY for use as a Trial Smile for patient acceptance. We ultimately utilize this Mock up as a GUIDE for minimal tooth preparation and keeping us in enamel. Dr. Salama

Mohammad Khandaqji - (4/15/2014 2:36 AM)

Thank you .

Arezou Alaghband - (4/3/2014 5:07 AM)

Thank you

Faina Seagal - (2/5/2014 11:03 PM)

Thanks, Dr.Gurel, excellent lecture. My questions is if it possible to skip the first mock up stage, because the lab is making wax up, you do temporaries, and the patient can see the possible outcome from temporaries?

jacques claire - (12/27/2013 6:45 AM)

Great lecture . Thanks .

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