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The Aesthetic Practice - Part 3: The Impossible Possibility

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In part 3 of this Lecture series, renowned New York aesthetic dentist Dr. Larry Rosenthal demonstrates the extraordinary possibilities that are achievable in aesthetic therapy. Utilizing a series of complex case, Dr. Rosenthal suggests a thorough algorithm for aesthetic diagnosis and treatment planning with the aim of achieving smile enhancement. The role of occlusal and space management are discussed in detail.

Date Added:
1/11/2010

Author(s):

Larry Rosenthal, DDS, PC Larry Rosenthal, DDS, PC
Larry Rosenthal, DDS, PC Dr. Rosenthal Heads The Rosenthal Apa Group for Aesthetic Dentistry in New Yor...
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Questions & Comments
Trieu Ton - (3/28/2013 4:45 AM)

How do u order provisionals from lab? What's the step? So after u removed the old crowns/veneers from the female patient, did u use a putty matrix from a wax up for the temps or were they provisionals made by a lab? Thanks for clarifying and for a very informative video.

Cristiano Pereira Alves - (10/10/2011 5:15 AM)

Great presentation! Thank you.

David Rosen938 - (9/15/2010 12:16 PM)

I enjoyed your final words of wisdom

Sam Busich - (8/5/2010 6:24 AM)

I must say that I disagree. This lecture was on the Art of Esthetics not the "technical" aspects. The slides displayed the message quite well. There happens to be a lecture on occlusion by Jay Lerner on this site who teaches with Dr. Rosenthal which displays excellent technique related occlusal aspects.
Sam

Dominic Galasso - (8/3/2010 12:22 PM)

Horrible on so many levels.The slides are poor,to say did not have his waxup when he came is Crazy....Not the level I would expect from Dental XP

Dominic Galasso - (8/3/2010 12:22 PM)

Horrible on so many levels.The slides are poor,to say did not have his waxup when he came is Crazy....Not the level I would expect from Dental XP

BHARAT RAKSHAK - (1/24/2010 3:58 PM)

Truely Aesthetic presentation on Aesthetic dentistry

Jay Lutsky - (1/19/2010 12:43 PM)

Very helpful! A systematic and well organized philosophy to guide a comprehensive and esthetically oriented practice.
Thank you.

gary toogood - (1/18/2010 5:33 PM)

great message for us all-gary toogood

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