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Complete Dentures - A Dying Art? - Part 1 of 2

Description:
This webinar is by the World’s leading authority on full denture prosthodontics as he shares his philosophy and step-by-step techniques for both complex and routine patient problems.

Date Added:
8/20/2014

Author(s):

Walter Walter "Jack" Turbyfill, DDS
Dr. Turbyfill graduated from the University of Louisville in 1959. He studied with Dr. Earl Pound for many years and this relationship is responsible for his keen inter...
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Questions & Comments
Evan Grodin - (9/13/2014 11:14 PM)

Absolutely wonderful! His hands on course played a significant role in shaping the way I treat removable patients. Glad to see he finally made it to DentalXP!

Maurice Salama - (9/8/2014 7:42 AM)

Ana; Please keep an eye out for Part 2 as it is coming soon and has already been filmed. Glad you enjoyed Part 1 as it is a great series. Dr.Salama

ana mateos - (9/8/2014 2:23 AM)

PLEASE POST PART 2 of this lecture...

Daryl Hill - (8/23/2014 8:22 AM)

I have spent time with Dr. Turbyfill, and I totally agree with Dr. Goldstein in that Jack’s course is the best. Dr. Turbyfill’s technique allowed me to help denture patients who had lost hope with every feeling comfortable again in a predictable, much less frustrating and time consuming process. I can’t wait to hear the 2nd part and share with my team. Jack great to see you again, and way to go on not a single cuss word.

Ronald Goldstein - (8/21/2014 4:41 PM)

I always enjoy listening to Dr. Turbyfill...If you can try to get his hands on course...still the best!

Michele Williams - (8/21/2014 12:59 PM)

Great to refresh my memory on his techniques

John Heimke - (8/21/2014 10:51 AM)

Always great to learn from Dr. Turbyfill. You can use his teaching not only in Dentures but in Smile Aesthetics. Must view. Best.

Cliff Kushner - (8/20/2014 5:02 PM)

Introduction too lengthy and too much reminiscing. Content too theoretical. Monotone voice. Very disappointing .

Joseph Ibidapo - (8/20/2014 3:24 PM)

As a matter of fact this video is very timely, God bless the team that made it a reality. However, can considerations be given to members who wish to have great clips like this for keep (download)?

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