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The Use of The Operative Microscope in Restorative Dentistry Pt 1

Description:
In part 1 of a part 3 video series, Dr. JR Moura describes how an operative microscope can enhance and simplify the attainment of high quality esthetic anterior composite restorations.

Date Added:
6/28/2008

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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José Roberto S. Moura Junior, DDS, MS







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Questions & Comments
BORNA RASHIDISANGSARY - (3/30/2013 7:28 PM)

Very nice work (Y)

Ronald Goldstein - (9/2/2012 5:44 PM)

Beautiful work, Jose!!

Jay Lutsky - (12/12/2009 10:08 AM)

Thank you Dr. Moura, but what exactly is the silver spray? Is it a dental product? Where can I get it?

Jose Moura - (12/12/2009 8:44 AM)

Dear Spencer thank you for your comments . What I used in that case to enhance micro texture was silver powder.

Spencer Luth - (12/9/2009 11:55 AM)

Wonderful technique! I really like the silver spray for micri anatomy...what is it?

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