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No Half Smiles - A Clinical Overview of Complete Care Dentistry - Part 1 of 2

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Dr. Stanley presents 5 cases of full mouth rehabilitation showing how a total make over makes all the difference in patient perception of comfort and aesthetics. This presentation covers the importance of treatment planning and patient satisfaction. How to integrate a team approach and help your patients get not only what they want, but what they need. From endodontics, to periodontal surgery, implants , orthodontics and cosmetic prosthodontic rehabilitation this talk covers it all. A macro understanding of what we do in our day to day practice.

Date Added:
10/3/2010

Author(s):

Miguel Stanley, DDS Miguel Stanley, DDS
Dr Miguel Stanley, graduated as a DDS in 1998. He is trained in implant surgery and cosmetic dentistry. For the last eight years he dedicates most of this tim...
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Questions & Comments
chandanpreet jaspal - (1/14/2015 8:20 PM)

thank you so much, how did you get recuperate that file form the apical region?

Alessandro Agnini - (12/31/2011 5:51 AM)

Miguel i share sentence"A confident motivated team makes sure nothing goes wrong and helps generate constant success".Congratulations and best wishes for your Webinar.Alessandro

miguel stanley - (1/5/2011 11:36 AM)

Hey Maurice. Hope your holidays were relaxing too. the EBF, or esthetic buccal flap leaves about 3mm of unsupported soft tissue. this tissue is kept in place due to proximal bone and tension. Even if it is very thin, this procedure apart from final suture does not place any stress in this section. Of course if it rips then we are in trouble, but once again the circular bone graft is hammered into place and does not rely on the gum for support, and irrigaion will come from the mesial, distal and palatal areas. i hope this helps. Thanks for your question. Miguel

Maurice Salama - (12/22/2010 8:27 AM)

Miguel; Happy Holidays. How do you utilize the Mucosal Flap approach if the tissue at the ginigival margin is thin? I admire your approach and the creativity. Dr. S

miguel stanley - (10/21/2010 5:22 AM)

thanks.

alper gultekin - (10/17/2010 7:09 AM)

Nice results...

Michael Mingle - (10/6/2010 5:25 PM)

Miquel, Great presentation. This will be one that I share with my staff during our monthly meeting.

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