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

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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:
11/26/2014

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
Daryl Hill - (1/2/2016 8:03 PM)

Wonderful presentation! Thanks for sharing your years of experience and vast knowledge in a format that can be archived for present and future generations. I am a better dentist as a result of spending time with you, and this format allows for a quick review. Thank you for the legacy!! You are my generation’s Dr. Earl Pound.

Augustus Nogueira - (1/21/2015 9:28 PM)

Unbelievable presentation. A true master. It's a shame this stuff is no longer "in vogue". So very important and insightful in almost everything we do. It's too bad many of us have forgotten this or were never taught it. Thanks Jack.

Anton Andrews - (11/28/2014 7:55 AM)

Excellent presentation . It should be the standard of teaching in dental schools for complete dentures. Thank you Jack.

Maurice Salama - (11/27/2014 10:43 AM)

I must agree Younus. This is still a VERY important step in modern dentistry even if we add implants to secure the prosthesis. A must for anyone doing FULL arch restorations Fixed or Removeable. Dr. Salama

younus desai - (11/26/2014 4:34 PM)

Very interesting . I loved it. It is an art form still. Many thanks

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