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The Interaction of Esthetics and Occlusion In Long Term Success - Part 1

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Clinicians today have myriad tools to help them deliver esthetic results that mimic nature. A natural result does not happen by accident. It happens because the dentist has educated themselves about the rules, tools and strategies of esthetics and smile design. However, delivering superior esthetics alone is not enough to insure long term success. It takes being able to deliver restorations that function comfortably over a long period of time. Longevity of esthetics restorations is the expected result of our patients. Predictable longevity is achieved by a practical understanding of occlusal principles and a knowledge of how to manage the forces that exist in each individual patient and for the restorations that are envisioned.

Date Added:
10/12/2011

Author(s):

Jimmy Eubank, DDS Jimmy Eubank, DDS
Dr. Jimmy Eubank is a internationally recognized leader in the field of esthetic and functional dentistry, with over 30 years of experience as a dental practitioner. A...
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Questions & Comments
Maurice Salama - (1/31/2016 12:46 PM)

Martin; This was a webinar performed with older technologies back in 2011. The information is still great and well received but it is difficult for us to recreate the audio from a LIVE webinar event done a few years ago. Thanks for the information. Dr. Salama

Martin Risik - (1/31/2016 6:02 AM)

The audio quality of this lecture is very poor. Are there any ways to improve it?

Sam Busich - (10/18/2011 8:50 PM)

Rachel; I just viewed this lecture without any problem. Excellent lecture by Dr. Eubanks on Occlusion. You should check your internet connection??? Sam

Rachel Johnson - (10/18/2011 1:18 PM)

What is wrong with the picture.Everytime I sit down to watch a video the picture is pixelated.SO annoying! can you fix this problem once and for all.

Band Ditto64 - (9/4/2011 6:59 PM)

New To XP!! Love it so far. Great stuff from a Master. Go all the way through all parts. His strategies on Occlusion are Classic. Thanks Band

Eddie Salama - (9/4/2011 4:32 PM)

Cindy this is a 3 part series view all of them as it only gets better. All the best. Eddie

Cindy Sundet - (9/4/2011 4:04 PM)

I would love to have seen Dr Eubank's lecture tape along side of the slides. I believe he was demonstrating some of his concepts in person. Great lecture and will listen to it again in the future.

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