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New Age Esthetics: Integration of Tissue Reconstruction, Tooth Replacement and Ceramics

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The human side to complex oral rehabilitation. Dr. Miguel Stanley exhibits detailed clinical cases that represent his "No Half Smiles" philosophy integrating site development, tooth replacement and esthetic composition.

Date Added:
7/30/2012

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Miguel Stanley, DDS Miguel Stanley, DDS
Dr Miguel Stanley, graduated as a DDS in 1998. He is trained in implant surgery and cosmetic dentistry. For the last eight years he dedicates most of this tim...
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Questions & Comments
Rubén Greca - (8/25/2013 6:49 PM)

Dr. Stanley me gustaron mucho sus casos clínicos. Quisiera preguntarle sobre Bondbone ya que no he encontrado la respuesta de ese material a largo plazo en casos clínicos en la web. Veo que sufre reabsorción y se comporta bien en defectos óseos tipo pozo, donde es mas fácil que casi cualquier material de relleno funcione. En qué casos lo recomendaría?

MOHAMMAD FARHAN - (8/8/2012 8:50 PM)

thank you nice presentaion

Gary Gutierrez - (8/3/2012 11:03 AM)

Miguel, muy buena presentación, muy buen español, felicidades!!!

Prerak Parikh - (1/17/2012 2:32 PM)

Great Presentation

Patricio Doñas - (1/17/2012 8:17 AM)

I think you can have your initial plan, but sometimes you need a B plan,and it's always good to see adaptation in tough clinical situations.Nice video Dr. Stanley.

Amir Erez - (1/8/2012 3:12 PM)

Thank you Dr. Stanley for a great presentation, using MIS and bone bond (another Israeli product) routinely with great success, looking fw for you next lecture.

Manuel Neves - (1/7/2012 7:18 AM)

Gostei. Parabens ! Manuel Neves

miguel stanley - (1/5/2012 3:59 AM)

Hello and good morning. Thank you for all your kind words, it is always nice to know we all share a common interest in our daily lives. I look forward to presenting some new material very soon. In all 3 languages. We are just getting started. As for your comment Carlos, in more than one case there is a biohorizon implant, this is because I use both systems in my daily practice, however have recently been using mostly MIS. I don't see why you would regard the brand of implant as part of a good treatment planning. What should matter is the size, shape and quality of bone and soft tissue. I'm sure you would agree.

carlos martinez reding - (1/4/2012 11:07 PM)

Dr Stanley repeat in several ocasions that all the treatments that he performed are very good planed. But in some of his cases he ended up with another type of implant ,specificaly Biohorizon to solved the problem at the surgery. This dosn´t show good planning at all.

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