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Preparation-less Veneer Technique: Esthetic Rehabilitation for Anterior Teeth

Description:
In this case, the sequences of using preperation-less veneer and direct bonding technique not only preserving the tooth substance as much as possible but also maintaining the aesthetic result are expounded.

Date Added:
1/12/2016

Author(s):

Yoshihiro Kida, DDS, PhD Yoshihiro Kida, DDS, PhD
2000 Graduated from Showa University school of Dentistry

2004 obtained Ph.D degree in Periodontology from Showa University graduate school of Dentistry

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Questions & Comments
Asim Mahmood - (7/3/2016 1:14 PM)

A fantastic result

Mohammad Khandaqji - (10/23/2014 10:09 PM)

Thank you .

juan Carlos Castano Nieto - (10/21/2014 8:08 PM)

Good case and DSD tools are very important for treatments!

Hoang Thai Ha - (8/29/2014 4:30 AM)

Amazing! Thank you for sharing it!

よしひろ きだ - (8/25/2014 4:53 AM)

Dr.Maurice, Dr.Mohammad and Dr.Juan, thank you so much!!!

よしひろ きだ - (8/25/2014 4:52 AM)

Dr.Ronald Goldstein, Thank you for your kind words!I am proud of it. The materials which I used with this case are Empress direct(ivoclar) and Creation.Yoshi

Juan Alberto Ruiz - (8/24/2014 5:04 PM)

Simply perfect.

Maurice Salama - (8/23/2014 8:15 PM)

Yoshi; So impressive. Your combination of Restorative and Surgical Skills are well defined. The blending of color from Crown to Composite is impressive. Many thanks for sharing. Dr. Salama

Mohammad Khandaqji - (8/23/2014 4:56 PM)

Thank you .

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