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Clinical Excellence in Operative Dentistry: Not Only A Question of Color & Fancy Trends

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Predictable and repeatable results can be achieved through materials and clinical practices that, on one hand, preserve the original structure of the compromised tooth and, on the other hand, involve a very low biologic price. This lecture aims to point out the relevant guidelines in both direct and indirect techniques for esthetic restorations through the evaluation of techniques and materials in order to reach correct, standardized and long lasting evidence based clinical results.

Date Added:
11/30/2017

Author(s):

Prof. Francesco M. Mangani, MD, DDS Prof. Francesco M. Mangani, MD, DDS
Prof. Francesco M. Mangani MD, DDS

-Graduate in Medicine and General Surgery
-Post Graduate Certificate in Odontostomatology
-Full Profes...
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Questions & Comments
Dr. Terence YACOVITCH - (6/7/2018 4:55 PM)

Informative session. Follow experienced successes.

Paul Amato - (6/6/2018 9:33 AM)

No nonsense principals that we all learned in dental school that work for longevity and sensibility.

ginnady pinchasov - (12/4/2017 2:50 AM)

When lecturer presented posterior composite restorations he mentioned that in his practise he doesn't layer dentin just spreads one solid, flat dentin layer but what about C factor?

ginnady pinchasov - (12/4/2017 2:50 AM)

When lecturer presented posterior composite restorations he mentioned that in his practise he doesn't layer dentin just spreads one solid, flat dentin layer but what about C factor?

Osama El Okby - (11/27/2017 9:57 AM)

Excellent presentation full of evidence based dentistry

rocco mele - (11/22/2017 1:12 PM)

presentazione incredibile. Mi è piaciuto Rocco Mele DVM

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