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Tooth Makeover to a True Smile Makeover

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In Cosmetic Dentistry our goal is to create beautiful smiles. In reality there is more to an individual's smile than what exists within the mouth. Our patients look at their entire face when they smile, seeing far more than just their teeth. Health and function can and should be go hand-in-hand with aesthetics. Rather than being mutually exclusive, function and aesthetics including facial aesthetics are partners in achieving optimal health. We now have the ability through facial rejuvenation including botox, laser and fillers to enhance an individual's face and neck creating a smile that comes from the heart. In the webinar, Dr. Warren Roberts strategically integrates facial rejuvenation with the cosmetic smile makeover using his 30+ years of dental expertise, making this a relevant issue for any dentist. Dr. Roberts will describe the facial rejuvenation treatments your patients are likely undergoing right now and will clearly define how and why you should implement these services in your own practice. Create a new profit center!

Date Added:
5/4/2016

Author(s):

Warren Roberts, DMD Warren Roberts, DMD
Dr. Warren Roberts, a 1977 University of British Columbia Dental School graduate, is a well known and respected dentist who co-founded the Pacific Training Institute fo...
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