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顔面審美のデザインを用いたMinimally Invasive Dentistry Part2

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In this second of a 2 part series, Dr. Michael Apa continues to outline the foundational principles of Facial Aesthetic Design and how they can be routinely and seamlessly incorporated into every day dental practice. Invisalign, soft tissue manipulation as well as minimally invasive restorative solutions are highlighted. Tooth preparation, provisionalization and seating of ceramic veneers are also discussed in detail.

Date Added:
3/11/2010

Author(s):

Michael A. Apa, DDS, PC Michael A. Apa, DDS, PC
Dr. Michael Apa is the Assistant Clinical Professor, New York University College of Dentistry Aesthetics Department; Senior Clinical Director Aesthetic Advant...
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Questions & Comments
Sami Shahhal - (9/8/2017 12:23 PM)

awesome work Dr. A

yaarob sara - (4/3/2015 10:43 AM)

nice way of doing a direct mockup and very simple... the trick with veneers is really the design...

Bunhean Chav - (6/15/2013 3:56 AM)

Good case presentation. How could you manage the third patient with slight bruxism. What will happen to your restoration?

Ivan Hadiutomo - (4/27/2012 8:03 AM)

Big fans of your works. ivan

Viktorija Baranova - (5/27/2010 3:16 AM)

may i ask a question about the prognosis - what prognosis is for this nice work ? and what material do you use for provisional and permanent veeners thank you

Viktorija Baranova - (5/27/2010 3:11 AM)

thank you very much nice presentation excellent cases )

Gene Sheinkman - (3/19/2010 10:46 AM)

impressive and inspirational, where art and science collide
thank you
Gene Sheinkman DDS

Joao Paulo Montenegro Sousa Magalhães - (3/15/2010 5:28 PM)

Hello! i saw both your videos, and i must say you are very talentive cosmetic dentist. Could you tell me with wich pen you plan your ameloplasty to raise gengival margin?
Thank you and hope hear you again

Danny O'Keefe - (3/13/2010 1:57 PM)

Beautiful. You have shown me new ideas, techniques, and raised my ability to view my patient better and certainly raised my expectations.Please continue to contribute on XP

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