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Cosmetic Smile Enhancement: Part 1

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Dr. Lorin Berland describes in great detail his clinical approach to cosmetic dentistry and smile enhancement. A comprehensive case presentation and actual clinical video of treatment, outline his step-by-step approach. In this part 1 of the series, cosmetic imaging, wax-ups, preparation guides and methods of bite registration are described in the treatment of the lower arch.

Date Added:
5/14/2009

Author(s):

Lorin F. Berland, DDS Lorin F. Berland, DDS
Dr. Lorin F. Berland has built an international reputation for his expertise in cosmetic dentistry. He is one of the most published authorities on cosmetic dentistry an...
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