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Management of Occlusion and Vertical Dimension in Esthetic Restorative Dentistry

Description:
Beautiful, functional anterior and posterior treatment is both an art and a science. This lecture introduces a philosophy of practice that provides exceptional dental care through a comprehensive functional and aesthetic approach

Date Added:
7/21/2013

Author(s):

Jay M. Lerner, DDS Jay M. Lerner, DDS
A graduate of the Columbia University School of Dentistry, Dr Lerner has maintained a private practice in Palm Beach Gardens since 1983, focusing on comprehensive restorative ...
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Questions & Comments
GEORGE GIOKAS - (8/26/2014 5:54 AM)

very well educate cases

ISLAM DEHIS - (10/7/2013 1:47 AM)

I LOVE THE TREATMENT PLANNING AND THE QUALITY OF WORK

Jay Lerner - (8/13/2013 11:39 AM)

Chun, Yes....The goal is to have maximum intercuspation occur at the time the condyles are seated in CR so as not to create any prematurities in the occlusion

Jay Lerner - (8/13/2013 11:38 AM)

Dear Patricio, Thank you again for your kind comments my friend :-) Hope to see you soon Jay

Chun Zhang - (8/8/2013 9:41 AM)

Dear Jay ,Thanks for your reply, Although we"re half earth away , we learn a lot from you~~my further questions is in the new occlusion after the final restorations ICP=CR?

Patricio Doñas - (8/5/2013 5:55 PM)

Dear Jay, As I told you personally in Vegas, I liked your presentation very much. It's good to see it is now on dentalxp for others to see. Normally we don't get to see or discuss this subjects in symposiums. I like when people take risks to show important subjects like VD and occlusion in such a proper way.

Jay Lerner - (8/5/2013 12:29 PM)

Thank you John, Edek & Rajendra for your kind comments.....Hope to see you all at the next Dental xp symposium in Miami next June....I will be teaching 2 hands-on programs there... Best Regards, Jay

Rajendra Sankpal - (8/1/2013 3:02 PM)

Nice Presentation , easy to understand , I really enjoined it . Thanks a lot dr jay.

edek gonzalez - (7/31/2013 12:32 PM)

Dear Dr. Jay as a Columbia graduate I couldn't feel prouder. Nice case and keep the good work. Thank you for sharing your knowledge. Best Dr. Gonzalez

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