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Cosmetic Smile Enhancement: Part 3

Description:
In the 3rd part of this clinical video series on smile enhancement, Dr. Lorin Berland describes the final veneer seating visit. Detailed description of veneer trial seat, etching and cementation are included in this presentation.

Date Added:
6/23/2009

Author(s):

Lorin F. Berland, DDS Lorin F. Berland, DDS
Dr. Lorin F. Berland has built an international reputation for his expertise in cosmetic dentistry. He is one of the most published authorities on cosmetic dentistry an...
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Questions & Comments
Carlos A. Ramirez Schleske - (10/5/2009 7:31 PM)

Estimado Dr. James quisiera saber si le enviaron el nombre del arenador intraoral?, si no fuera mucho problema me lo pudiese proporcionar. Mil gracias.
Carlos A. Ramírez Schleske

Alejandro James - (10/5/2009 8:09 AM)

Great technique, thank you!, I would like to know the brand name of the intraoral sandblaster you used? thank you again! A James

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