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Esthetic Rehabilitation for Severe Worn Dentition

Description:
This presentation covers the importance of differential analysis of the worn dentition, treatment plan and treatment sequence of the esthetic rehabilitation in severely worn dentition patients. Speakers will also explain how to harmonize the smile design of anterior restorations with the functional occlusion of posterior restorations, including the relation of temporomandibular component and the anterior guidance design with all-ceramic restorations as the material of choice.

Date Added:
11/6/2014

Author(s):

Gerard J. Chiche, DDS Gerard J. Chiche, DDS
Dr. Chiche is the Thomas P. Hinman Endowed Chair in Restorative Dentistry, and the Director of the Center for Esthetic & Implant Dentistry at Georgia Regents University...
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Somkiat Aimplee, DDS, MSc, FACP Somkiat Aimplee, DDS, MSc, FACP
EDUCATION:
D.D.S. Srinakarintharawirote University, School of Dentistry, Bankok, Thailand (1996-2002).

POSTGRADUATE TRAINING:
Certificate ...
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Questions & Comments
Muhammad Tayob - (2/25/2017 4:20 PM)

Absolutely brilliant.... thank you guys for sharing your case with us.

Natalija Gavran - (6/21/2016 5:00 PM)

Very good presentation,thank you

Ronald Goldstein - (4/27/2016 5:44 PM)

Hasan, I will hopefully see Dr. Chiche Friday during the annual Goldstein Lecture at the dental school and will ask him. However, we consistently use a self curing putty and that may be what he is using.

Hasan Albaiyaa - (4/24/2016 8:18 PM)

excellent presentation. I wanted to ask how did he fill in composite into putty matrix while doing the build up in the begining? did he use flowable composite? and then cured through putty. i thought curing doesnt go through the putty?

Sang Shin - (4/23/2016 1:20 AM)

Excellent presentation to both of you. Learned a lot.

Salam Al Akash - (9/19/2015 4:04 PM)

Very nice presentation with very nice tips .somkiat is really a talented artist and dr Gerard is an amazing teacher .Congratulations

seyed zargar - (9/14/2015 3:16 AM)

dr.zargar thank you very nice job and good presentation

Ricardo Orlando - (7/24/2015 5:40 AM)

Thanks a lot for sharing Somkiat and Chiche, a very nice duo!!!

Dr Choudhary - (7/15/2015 1:49 PM)

It's amazing very good job.but I have one question teeth you do crown cutting so is there no need of rct before doing this because there is chances of pulp exposure?

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