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Free Hand Composite Bonding of Multiple Anterior Spacing - A Technique Video

Description:
The Utilization of New Age Composite Resin Materials and Techniques for Anterior Spacing is highlighted. Application, isolation, instrumentation with methods for finishing and polishing are reviewed.

Date Added:
1/6/2013

Author(s):

David Garber, DMD David Garber, DMD
Dr. David Garber has a dual appointment at the Medical College of Georgia School of Dentistry, in Augusta Georgia, as Clinic...
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Claudio Pinho, DDS Claudio Pinho, DDS
Cláudio Pinho is one of the professionals that has become quite renowned in the area of Aesthetic Dentistry in Brazil in the beginning of this century. He gra...
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Questions & Comments
Theron Manson - (5/13/2013 3:28 PM)

nice and to the point. Was that a "Safodent" instrument? Also, please explain how you were using the brush. Thanks, Theron.

Hana Hasse - (11/4/2012 9:41 AM)

Nicely done. What is the bonding agent you use to smoothen the composite with the brush? I like the two different spatulas you use - are they for purchase? Thanks

saadia rehman - (11/2/2012 3:39 PM)

thank you Dr.David but i am wondering how you be sure about the cervical contours of composite in gingival area?

Dimitrios Spagopoulos - (11/1/2012 12:16 PM)

could you refer a contemporary article about finishing and polishing for anterior resin restorations?

John Sadek - (11/1/2012 9:51 AM)

thank you Dr. Garber, if i may ask why did you use the brush in 2:04-also in other places through out the video- and was it soaked in bond? 2nd question why did you strip the bond before curing in 5:17 3rd and final question do you use the total etch tech. in all of your composites? thank you

MOHAMMAD FARHAN - (3/24/2012 6:35 PM)

thanks great to see .

Nikhil Kulkarni642 - (2/8/2012 6:04 AM)

its great...its refreshing to see that composites can do wonders and not all cases need ceramic veneers as a lot of our colleagues think...

Ronald Goldstein - (5/13/2011 1:05 PM)

Great teaching program, guys!!!
Ron Goldstein

Nassib Fares - (5/4/2011 11:36 AM)

Sharp,straight to the point, minimal invasive technique,Thank you.

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