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No Half Smiles - A Clinical Overview of Complete Care Dentistry - Part 2 of 2

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Dr. Stanley presents 5 cases of full mouth rehabilitation showing how a total make over makes all the difference in patient perception of comfort and aesthetics. This presentation covers the importance of treatment planning and patient satisfaction. How to integrate a team approach and help your patients get not only what they want, but what they need. From endodontics, to periodontal surgery, implants , orthodontics and cosmetic prosthodontic rehabilitation this talk covers it all. A macro understanding of what we do in our day to day practice.

Date Added:
10/4/2010

Author(s):

Miguel Stanley, DDS Miguel Stanley, DDS
Dr Miguel Stanley, graduated as a DDS in 1998. He is trained in implant surgery and cosmetic dentistry. For the last eight years he dedicates most of this tim...
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Questions & Comments
farshad bajoghli - (3/12/2012 4:25 PM)

thanks for nice presentation.in your first case could you explain how you decided vd was lost?how did you decide how much to increase vd?(1 or 2 or 3mm??).i wish you could show how you mount this case HOW DID YOU TAKE THE BITE REGISTRATION.THANK YOU AGAIN.

Paul Bernstein - (2/12/2012 7:09 PM)

Excellent presentation, thank you. I noticed the clarity of your digital radiographs was excellent. which brand of sensor did you use?

isabel ruiz - (10/31/2011 6:49 PM)

Excellent presentation thats the right way to treat a patient

Supriya Verma - (10/26/2011 10:52 AM)

I enjoyed watching this presentation. Interesting approach to managing this case.

NAGARAJAN MUTHUSAMY - (12/24/2010 10:04 AM)

very good presentation.Eye opener for various techniques.

Marcelo Silva - (11/23/2010 3:54 PM)

ATM means Articulacao Temporo-Mandibular that is in portuguese for TMJ.

Nestor Company - (11/23/2010 8:50 AM)

What do you mean when you say ATM??? are you refering to TMJ???

miguel stanley - (10/21/2010 5:22 AM)

Hi Paul, i find that the emergence profile is more important mesially and distally. So we deepen the prep there. On labial, its very marginal but i find that not touching the gum is better overall. I dont use retraction chord at all. I can show 5 -6 year follow ups with now gum loss. Obviously we must select cases that don't have perio illness.

Paul Scholl - (10/10/2010 2:41 PM)

Thanks for an excellent presentation. Beautiful work. Your preps looked equi-gingival. How does your lab determine emergence profile if there is no root surface on the die?

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