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The Operative Microscope in Restorative Dentistry

Description:
Dr. Moura describes the advantages and techniques in the use of microscopes specifically in restorative dentistry.

Date Added:
5/15/2008

Author(s):

José Roberto S.  Moura Junior, DDS, MS José Roberto S. Moura Junior, DDS, MS
José Roberto S. Moura Junior, DDS, MS.
- Graduated from the University of Taubate, Brazil in 1983;
- Specialty Degree in Restorative Dentistry
- Mast...
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Questions & Comments
Dr.Hamood Al Kuhlani - (5/23/2016 7:09 AM)

nice work ,, I have same question that has been asked from Delfin ,, regarding the silver powder .. is it food coloring powder.. or medical powder ?? best regards

Delfin Barquero - (3/19/2014 1:47 PM)

Dear doctor. Where can I get the metal powder?

Maurice Salama - (9/17/2013 9:20 AM)

Dr. Moura is a pioneer in Microscopic Dentistry and displays the advantages clearly in this video. Many thanks Dr. Salama

Scott Hsu - (2/11/2010 3:14 PM)

Any one tried the Magnavu? Does it work the same way as a traditional microscope?

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