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Bonding of Ceramic Veneers 2009 - Part 4

Description:
In the 4th part of this series on new veneer ceramic and adhesive technology, Dr. Nasser Barghi, Professor and Head of the Division of Esthetic Dentistry at San Antonio Dental School, outlines the state of the art in try-in, adjusting and final luting of porcelain veneers. Dr. Barghi specifically outlines the step-by-step technical and product utilization to optimize results. In addition, a discussion of patient management for this critical visit is also discussed.

Date Added:
7/23/2009

Author(s):

Nasser Barghi, DDS Nasser Barghi, DDS
Dr. Nasser Barghi is Professor and Head of the Division of Esthetic Dentistry in the Department of Restorative Dentistry at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Sa...
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David Garber, DMD David Garber, DMD
Dr. David Garber has a dual appointment at the Medical College of Georgia School of Dentistry, in Augusta Georgia, as Clinic...
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Questions & Comments
fadie khoury - (2/27/2016 8:42 AM)

Amazing lecture. witch company sells the Bite-X ?

Saif Al Dabbagh - (8/20/2014 5:22 PM)

Very nice scientific information. I'm very happy with this rich lecture thank you Dr. Barghi. If I repeat this lecture 10 times every time i will find something new.

Dr.VENKAT NAG - (9/29/2012 12:28 PM)

i was told that the online videos are free. can you give me the access. i am Dr.Venkat from Hyderabad, India

Ronald Goldstein - (11/2/2009 9:00 PM)

Dr. Barghi may disagree but I usually wait several days to a week and the teeth work themselves loose enough so the patient can get dental floss through the contacts. If not the thin saw strip is gently used.

Ron Goldstein

calvin bessonet - (11/1/2009 10:10 AM)

If you inadvertently bond two veneers together, what "saw" or diamond strip do you recommend? Is it better to wait a few days and allow the teeth to possibly separate on their own? Thanks for a great lecture!

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