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Posterior Restoration: Direct vs. Indirect

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Dr. LeSage discusses the decision making parameters for choosing Direct vs. Indirect restorative dentistry in the posterior dentition. Remaining tooth structure, preparation design and dental materials are coordinated to achieve highly functional, durable as well as esthetic restorations.

Date Added:
12/2/2007

Author(s):

Brian P. LeSage, DDS FAACD Brian P. LeSage, DDS FAACD
Dr. Brian P. LeSage graduated magna cum laude with the Omicron Kappa Upsilon Honor Dental Society award from the University of Maryland, Baltimore Col...
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Alan Freedman - (12/8/2017 10:02 AM)

the resolution of this presentation is extremely low making the slides very blurred. It is impossible to watch

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