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Minimally Invasive Approaches in Tooth Preparation and Prosthetics: The Role of Magnification

Description:
New technologies in adhesive, ceramic and digital dentistry are constantly shifting the restorative landscape. When it comes to utilizing these new technologies to develop excellence in restorative dentistry, optimizing the visual field is critical. This is true whether a clinician is looking at diagnostic analysis, tooth preparation, provisional fabrication, impression taking or evaluating the final restoration for cementation. This presentation will demonstrate the advantages of utilizing microscopes, both in macro and micro modes, for enhancing restorative dentistry as well as full-mouth rehabilitations. Optimizing the visual field is critical.

Date Added:
4/2/2015

Author(s):

Nazariy Mykhaylyuk, DMD Nazariy Mykhaylyuk, DMD
Dr. Mykhayluk graduated from Ivano-Frankivsk Dental Academy (Ukraine) in 2008. He specialises in micro dentistry, mostly indirect restorations, and practices at his fam...
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Questions & Comments
Ahmad Hamdan - (10/9/2016 12:47 PM)

Doctor you are one of the most creative dentists i've known.. thank you for sharing all those lectures with us that we're getting so benefit from.

Maurice Salama - (4/14/2015 7:38 AM)

Simply superior dentistry. Magnification and technology plays a big role. We are trending into a new phase of minimally invasive dentistry....thanks Dr. Salama

paolo bellanti - (4/11/2015 8:14 AM)

What's the brand of your seat cHair with the elbows stand up?

Nazariy Mykhaylyuk - (4/6/2015 12:25 PM)

Yaarob, thanks. I use microscope, just because I feel more comfortable with it, with better ergonomics, visualisation and good possibilities for documentation.

Nazariy Mykhaylyuk - (4/6/2015 12:24 PM)

Thanks, Yosef. I'm still on my learning curve...:)

yaarob sara - (4/6/2015 10:21 AM)

very inspiring, although i only use loupes (binoculars) but precision you show is the standard we should all provide to patients... Thank you

yosef kowalsky - (4/6/2015 9:35 AM)

One of the few times I gave 5 stars. In the future as you AGE and get even better we will need more stars.

Nazariy Mykhaylyuk - (4/6/2015 8:26 AM)

Thanks a lot, Raghunandana. Usually I try to position a mirror as far as possible the the zone where Im working, so it stays dry. And magnification helps me still to see all the details even when the mirror is far from the object Im working with.

Raghunandana karantha - (4/6/2015 12:23 AM)

excellent presentation Nazariy mykhalyuk. How do you control or address the issue of water dribbling on mouth mirror during indirect view while preparation of palatal side of anterior and posterior teeth. To me it take quite a lot of time to clean the mirror and go back and look at the prep. regards. Raghunandana

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