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Esthetic Rehabilitation Using Porcelain Veneers - The MicroVision Approach

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Nowadays our patients impose high demands to final outcomes especially in esthetically important zones. It is well known that the best way to get perfect results is minimal-invasive approach. And we can give our patients guarantied treatment based on microdentistry. Perfection, predictability, control, safety are small parts of the list of our modern opportunities that allow us to be successful. It is also proved that the role of magnification in the era of precise and non-invasive dentistry is mandatory. This webinar is about micro porcelain veneers. It based on MicroVision philosophy from planning to realization of esthetic rehabilitation.

Date Added:
1/14/2015

Author(s):

Maxim Belograd, DDS Maxim Belograd, DDS
Maxim Belograd is a specialist in a field of advanced microscope dentistry with a private practice in Kremenchug, Ukraine. His occupation is endodontics, restorative an...
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Questions & Comments
Howard Gluckman - (1/28/2019 4:38 PM)

Simply brilliant best I have seen in a long time. Well done my friend

Ronald Goldstein - (5/2/2018 4:42 PM)

First class presentation, Maxim!! Great technique and up to date.

gary toogood - (4/26/2018 12:28 PM)

as good as it gets...Gary Toogood

abdallah moawad - (4/23/2018 10:29 PM)

Great thank u

Shane Nelson419 - (7/11/2016 8:48 PM)

Best video I have ever seen of the entire process. Well done Dr. Belograd

ahmed hamza - (11/6/2015 1:44 PM)

very very verrrrrrrrrrrrrry amazing realy.. u r artistic thanks 4 u

Ireneusz Stępień - (9/16/2015 5:16 PM)

Great!Thank You.

Tommy Gaertner - (9/3/2015 11:42 AM)

Presentation of high quality , detail, and precision, Thank you!

Dhru Shah - (9/2/2015 11:16 AM)

Awesome

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