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The New Generation of Veneer Preparation - Part 2

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Tooth preparation; decision making represents the very basis accelerating, simplifying the veneer process today. Veneer preparation has evolved to a new third generation approach determined by the desire outcome, but facilitated by new materials products technique. Fortunately, these developments in ceramics and dental adhesives have combined synergistically to deliver more conservative restorations that are with greater ease and predictability. This fine session will focus on accelerated, simplified, conservative approaches to veneer preparations.

Date Added:
1/31/2011

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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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Questions & Comments
Rohit Agrawal - (3/28/2019 3:47 AM)

excellent and very informative

heba elbayoumi - (2/25/2015 8:57 AM)

can you plesse send me the videos of composit mock up and silicon index i cannot reach them thanks

Shane Hunt - (12/10/2012 11:12 AM)

Shane Hunt

Excellent presentation. I have a question with occlusion. The pt had a very pronounced wear pattern. Certainly some of the lateral and protrusive movements would be onto the lingual-incisal portion of the lengthened veneers. Wouldn't something be needed to open the bite or change the guidance in some way?

Sam Busich - (6/11/2012 9:31 AM)

Great video Dr. Garber. I would appreciate the answers to the questions posed below by colleagues when you have a chance. Many thanks Sam Dear Dr Garber..thank you its a great presentation.What did you use to spot bond the temps in place for 2 weeks ? Did you bond them into place with flowable composite on the spot etched place after removing the luxatemp from the preps first?Or did you place the spot etch,then put on some unfilled resin as the bond and then allow the luxatemp to shrink wrap and bond into place? Thank you very much;Sharon Goodwin

James Lipton - (6/10/2012 12:47 PM)

This is a solid video, but with technical difficulties in the video itself at about 12 minutes

James Lipton - (6/10/2012 12:46 PM)

This is a solid video, but with technical difficulties in the video itself at about 12 minutes

Daniyal Dzafic - (2/11/2011 12:50 PM)

Excellent presentation! Final veneers are separated or splinted? Thank you. Dr. Daniyal

Takeki Nakanishi - (2/10/2011 12:19 AM)

I want you to show the animation of the demonstration

sharon goodwin - (2/6/2011 8:34 AM)

Dear Dr Garber..thank you its a great presentation.What did you use to spot bond the temps in place for 2 weeks ? Did you bond them into place with flowable composite on the spot etched place after removing the luxatemp from the preps first?Or did you place the spot etch,then put on some unfilled resin as the bond and then allow the luxatemp to shrink wrap and bond into place?
Thank you very much;Sharon Goodwin

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