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Contemporary Bio-Materials and Combined Techniques for Esthetic Reconstruction

Description:
State-of-the-art technology offers conservative and esthetic alternatives to re-establish the shape and color of anterior teeth as well as the white and pink harmony. Tooth reduction for any restorative technique obliges us to be as conservative as possible. In this presentation we will share a short description of different material options developed in esthetic dentistry. We will present a case managed with a combination of techniques including: monolithic lithium-silicate ceramic veneers and cut-back/layering.

Date Added:
8/16/2017

Author(s):

Kenneth P. Valladares, DDS, CDT Kenneth P. Valladares, DDS, CDT
Dr. Kenneth P. Valladares

Graduated from Central University College of Dentistry with DDS (Ecuador, 1995).

Certificate in Prosthodontics from IN...
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Questions & Comments
Osama Abdel Qader - (8/22/2017 4:33 PM)

nice presentation

Kushal Shah - (8/4/2017 6:42 PM)

Incredible!!!

Maurice Salama - (7/31/2017 9:41 AM)

MASTER Clinician....SUPER Skills

najibullah frozesh - (7/27/2017 7:07 PM)

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Vicente Rodriguez - (7/27/2017 5:23 PM)

EXCELLENT PRESENTATION DR VALLADARES, KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK

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