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Minimally Invasive Composite Addition Exercise

Description:
Dr Brian Mills will share the Typodont Composite Addition Exercise that is taught as part of the Complete Dentistry Study Club 6 session class series. The class series is dedicated to teaching minimally invasive dental procedures to diagnose and treat your patients that have occlusal dysfunction and damaged dentition. You will learn the 5 basic types of composite additions used for doing minimally invasive composite addition dentistry and how to properly sequence your treatment. At the end of the class you should be able to use the techniques in your daily practice to help your patients.

Date Added:
3/22/2018

Author(s):

Brian C. Mills, DMD Brian C. Mills, DMD
Brian C. Mills D.M.D.

  • 1980: Graduated Tufts School of Dental Medicine

  • 1981: Completed one year GPR Irwin Army Hospital [read more]






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Questions & Comments
Javier Quiros - (9/22/2018 9:21 PM)

Very good!

Paul Amato - (6/1/2018 2:04 PM)

Great video. Thanks for sharing multiple options to use the technique. Very helpful.

SERGE MADHERE - (5/19/2018 8:56 PM)

great video

Jean Strydom - (4/3/2018 3:07 PM)

Amazing ! learned so much !!!

Hitomi Gondo - (3/23/2018 11:40 PM)

Thank you for excellent educational presentation. This was very helpful.

PATRICK MCEVOY - (3/22/2018 12:48 PM)

Excellent presentation. Occlusal disease is one of the least diagnosed yet most prevalent oral conditions and this is a wonderful way of diagnosing and treating it. Congratulations!

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