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Choosing Anterior Ceramics – The Concept of Restorative Volume - Part 2 of 2

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The presented Concept of Restorative Volume is based on structural, optical, and periodontal factors. Each of these factors will influence the short and long-term behavior of restorations in terms of esthetics, biology and function.

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1/10/2018

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Jorge André Pinto Cardoso, DMD Jorge André Pinto Cardoso, DMD
Dr Jorge André Cardoso graduated from Porto School of Dental Medicine (2002) and pursed his studies at Kings College in London where he graduated with a Master in Clin...
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