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Reconstrução Estética do Sorriso com Resinas Compostas

Description:
Neste vídeo pode ser visualizado a utilização de um protocolo de trabalho - enceramento, mock up e guia de silicone - que facilita muito a previsibilidade do resultado. Com a utilização de poucas massas de resina composta - um tratamento totalmente conservador - foi reconstituído o sorriso do paciente, sendo alcançado um resultado final de extrema naturalidade.

Date Added:
4/14/2010

Author(s):

Claudio Pinho, DDS Claudio Pinho, DDS
Cláudio Pinho is one of the professionals that has become quite renowned in the area of Aesthetic Dentistry in Brazil in the beginning of this century. He gra...
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Questions & Comments
Nidia Barzola San Miguel - (1/21/2014 5:06 PM)

excelente ! saludos desde Peru !

rafael andreiuolo - (12/22/2013 6:24 AM)

Parabéns, Cláudio!!! Excelente apresentação e resolução do caso! Um abraço, Rafael Andreiuolo.

Michael Bryan Vasquez - (3/6/2013 9:47 PM)

what product they used for the resin composite

Jorge Novillo - (2/19/2013 6:23 AM)

bellisimo

Daniel Nava Soriano - (7/8/2012 2:14 PM)

Excelent!!!!

jeannette lameda - (1/12/2012 5:56 PM)

excelente!

Jose Corte-Real - (10/13/2011 12:32 AM)

Excelent,fantástico parabéns Prof Claudio Pinho

Renata Rego - (6/16/2011 10:27 AM)

No meu curso de especialização na FORP falam muito bem dos seus casos clínicos! Parabéns, por este caso!

Petar Duchev - (5/19/2010 11:22 PM)

Dr.Pinho has shown great skills and the results are wonderfull.The texture and the work with the discs is amazing!=d>
But,in my opinion,there are some technological disadvantages,which might fail the restorations in long-term results:
First the lack of rubberdam and the inappropriate marginal adaptation of the composite material,and second-what is the technological protocol building the contact points between teeth?

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