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Management of Tooth Wear in the Adult Patient - Part 1

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In this interactive presentation, Dr. Vincent Kokich Sr. discusses the interdisciplinary decision making protocol for evaluating and managing tooth wear in the adult patient with Dr. David Garber.

Date Added:
6/10/2010

Author(s):

Vincent G. Kokich, Sr., DDS, MSD Vincent G. Kokich, Sr., DDS, MSD
Dr. Kokich is a Professor in the Department of Orthodontics at the University of Washington in Seattle. He also maintains a private orthodontic practice in ...
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Questions & Comments
Maurice Salama - (12/20/2015 9:46 AM)

Still a classic!!! Dr. Salama

Maurice Salama - (6/3/2011 7:59 AM)

Dr. Kokich may be the best educator in dentistry. Nice to have him on XP. Great presentation and very informative. Dr. Salama

Sam Busich - (11/20/2009 4:51 AM)

Dr. Salama;
When will you be posting some of your perio-ortho cases on XP? I think it would be beneficial to see even case reports and how your team manages the interdisciplinary treatment and sequence. Thanks, I love XP.
Sam

Maurice Salama - (11/20/2009 12:12 AM)

Delfim;
I agree. This is a clinically relevant video series about the effect of orthodontics upon the perio-restorative interface.
Dr. Kokich is indeed an expert in this area. See his link on his Xpert page for more.

delfim oliveira - (11/19/2009 2:43 PM)

thank you some clinical problemms i have meet are solved

delfim oliveira - (11/19/2009 2:43 PM)

thank you some clinical problemms i have meet are solved

Maurice Salama - (11/15/2009 6:33 AM)

Dorian;
Yes there articles on this topic by Dr. Kokich on XP. Just type Kokich in search bar above and then scroll down to see them and download if you'd like. Also, you can find Dr. Kokich's website link on his Xpert page on XP. Good Luck.
Dr. Salama

Dorian Rios - (11/13/2009 7:53 PM)

Thanks Dr. Kokich and Dental Xp, are there some articles about this?

Dorian Rios - (11/13/2009 7:53 PM)

Thanks Dr. Kokich and Dental Xp, are there some articles about this?

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