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Revitilizing Old & Worn Composite Veneers

Description:
In this clinically relevant lecture/video presentation, Dr. Ronald Goldstein discusses patient management and maintenance of old and worn labial composite veneers. In a step-by-step video demonstration of the treatment of an actual patient, Dr. Goldstein describes the techniques, materials and instruments that he utilizes to achieve his clinical goals.

Date Added:
12/8/2010

Author(s):

Ronald Goldstein, DDS Ronald Goldstein, DDS
Dr. Ronald Goldstein is currently Clinical Professor of Oral Rehabilitation at Georgia Regents University College of Dental Medicine in Augusta, Georgia, Adjunct Clinic...
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Questions & Comments
Peter McQuillan549 - (1/14/2014 9:00 PM)

Great video Dr Goldstein, Thank you

Ronald Goldstein - (12/13/2013 5:15 PM)

Farshad, I have directed your question to Tyler Binner at DentalXP...although they are gone for the weekend I will make sure he finds out the problem. You can also contact DentalXP and seek him out as well.

farshad bajoghli - (12/12/2013 3:42 PM)

Hello can anybody tell me how i can improve the qualities of these videas?they get disconnected so often that makes them impossible to watch.I am a memeber and i am using high speed internet.may be it is because i am from iran and connection is not so good,i don't know

farshad bajoghli - (12/12/2013 3:42 PM)

Hello can anybody tell me how i can improve the qualities of these videas?they get disconnected so often that makes them impossible to watch.I am a memeber and i am using high speed internet.may be it is because i am from iran and connection is not so good,i don't know

Ronald Goldstein - (7/20/2013 5:52 PM)

Andrew,

I just saw your question about my prepping wet or dry. Normally all my crown and veneer preparations are done wet. However, when I am teaching on video I try to some of the preparation dry so viewers can easily see what I am doing.

Maurice Salama - (7/5/2013 11:31 AM)

Sakiusa; This is the site for you with much on crown preps, veneers and composite resin not to mention CBCT, Implants and Cadcam restorative. Stay tuned and review the Library of Content. Welcome Dr. Salama

SAKIUSA BARAVILALA - (7/4/2013 3:14 PM)

i am an year 1 dental student from fiji and am looking for sites where i can learn dentistry the easier way. Can someone help me please?

John Moresi - (3/3/2013 8:35 AM)

nice practical presentation--we all have patients like this j moresi dds

Andrew Laurent - (12/2/2012 9:23 AM)

Thank u very much for ur sharing videos, dr. Goldstein.. I'm very happy can learn from the experts through this Dental XP.. I have question for this video.. Are u usually do the tooth preparation without water? Because I saw most of ur videos are doing preparation in dry condition.. Thx..

Regards,
Andrew Laurent

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