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Developing The Esthetic Eye - The Art of Team Treatment

Description:
This lecture presentation by Dr. Larry Rifkin describes the key elements that all clinicians require to develop the esthetic practitioner within us. Specific methods to design dental beauty, transfer it to an articulator and communication are also discussed. An exceptionally motivating lecture for all.

Date Added:
11/19/2013

Author(s):

Laurence R. Rifkin, DDS Laurence R. Rifkin, DDS
Dr. Laurence R. Rifkin practices dentistry in Beverly Hills, California, with a focus on Dento-Facial Aesthetics and Comprehensive Periodontal-Implant Rehabilitation. D...
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Questions & Comments
laurent oiknine - (11/26/2013 1:18 PM)

Are your veneers essentially feldspathic porcelain or can you achieve natural looking esthetics using less prone to chipping emax veneers ?

John Heimke - (11/25/2013 12:29 PM)

Well done, much to take away

BORJA BERNABEU - (11/24/2013 2:30 PM)

very good presentation I`d like to learn more about lip impressions, how do you take it and transfer to the articulator. what about the tray? Thanks

Maurice Salama - (3/19/2013 11:09 AM)

This lecture was just outstanding from start to finish. Displaying patient for your craft related to overall esthetic Diagnosis and Treatment. Thanks Dr. Salama

PHILIP KAPLAN - (3/12/2012 1:58 AM)

well done! you start fast and filled the entire talk with content. one can only admire your desire to learn art and bring it into your practice.

henry salama - (7/6/2011 10:10 AM)

absolutely outstanding presentation! extremely motivating.

niki nikolov - (1/6/2010 12:10 PM)

Great.

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