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Provisionals as a Key to Practice Referrals

Description:
Provisional restorations are a daily part of practice, and can be an exciting opportunity or a dreaded necessity. In this webinar we will discuss criteria for provisional fabrication that will streamline seating your final restorations and ensure a great patient experience. In addition we will look at how provisional restorations can become a key component of your practice marketing and increase patient referrals.

Date Added:
4/2/2012

Author(s):

Lee Ann Brady, DMD Lee Ann Brady, DMD
Dr. Lee Ann Brady is a privately practicing dentist and nationally recognized educator and writer. Her practice experience has been rich and varied. She has worked in a...
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Questions & Comments
Rajendra Sankpal - (3/27/2013 1:32 AM)

Excellent presentation

Lee Kwangwon - (4/17/2012 1:02 PM)

Great tips and excellent presentation. THanks!

Vicente Rodriguez - (4/9/2012 7:57 PM)

vicente rodriguez 4/9/2012 5.30pm Excellent presentation and great speaker .Thanks

andrej kovacic - (4/8/2012 1:50 PM)

Great explanation of immediate dentin sealing procedure! (I recommend to carefully watch the video from 41st minute on!) Thanks a lot!

Elliot Rogoff - (3/31/2012 3:22 PM)

Very basic material for a seasoned vet but extremely important to the younger dentists. Great Job.

Gianna Hanly - (3/28/2012 10:29 PM)

Great tips and protocol for provisionals. thanks!

Robert Klugman - (3/28/2012 12:30 PM)

Excellent presentation.

haidy ugalde - (3/28/2012 12:18 PM)

thanks very good talk

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