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The New Simplified Clinical Protocols For Porcelain & Composite Veneers

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Recently, the evolution in pressed / milled ceramics dental adhesives and composites have combined synergistically for more conservative restorations that are both indiscernible from natural teeth and increasingly durable. Today porcelain and composite Veneers may be predictably fabricated at 0.3m, this increases exponentially their clinical application, while conserving more natural tooth structure—an additive process as opposed to resective techniques used for so many alternative restorations. This in-depth webinar will address the techniques, products and technology required for the "changed" world of porcelain and composite veneers. It is directed toward simplifying and accelerating the process while improving your efficiency and predictability.

Date Added:
3/11/2012

Author(s):

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
Maurice Salama - (1/4/2015 10:42 AM)

Ahmed; Go to 25:01 in this presentation and you will see the VIDEO of making the VPS Matrix. regards Dr. Salama

ahmed sherif - (1/4/2015 7:14 AM)

Thanks for the presentation but I couldnt find the video of making of the VPS matrix..please post the link

Max Lai - (4/30/2013 9:27 AM)

2) If you only spot etch your temporaries, is there no leakage at the margins over the 1-2 weeks the lab takes to fabricate, 2) Any reason particularly Siltex or is any PVS OK?

Max Lai - (4/30/2013 9:07 AM)

Dr. Garber, I have in the past had porcelain veneers placed on teeth with some ML or DL composite fillings, assuming that the veneer would simply bond to the filling. This has not been much of a problem and led to peace of mind that I was being as conservative as possible. I have even been fairly successful with teeth that have larger fillings - even though I have had to replace some of those fillings, they were not a problem to do so and have held up to bonding to the lingual part of the veneer. Where do you draw the line between placing veneer and placing a crown?

David Garber - (12/19/2012 11:30 AM)

Dear Sayd, similarly thanks for your kind comments - if you have any questions please send them in as they are invariably the same as other clinicians have - and serve us all very well Davis

David Garber - (12/19/2012 11:27 AM)

Dear Julio you are correct . . . 1. the best way To ensure the trial smile stays in place during preparation is to 'SPOT" etch the mid facial and so bond it in position @. at the end of preparation you simply grind away that excess with your rotary diamond bur, - you will see the etched /bonded are very easily - - it is very evident if you switch off the water and cut dry 3. you always want to break up the htpermineralized enamel surface to promote better adhesion - so roughen up all enamel srface 4. i usually place temporaries, and fabricate exactly as we do the trial smile but trim back the marginal area around the tissues 5. I always use a composite luting agent/cement - Cosmedent or Ivoclar make specific formulations and nice kits I hope that answers what you needed - - but if not please continue best David

sayd changyz - (12/18/2012 8:37 AM)

we can't thank you enough

julio Tojo Alonso - (11/27/2012 5:17 PM)

Excellent video, Dr Garber, I appreciate very much. Three questions 1. Meanwhile you prepare the enamel through the Trial Smile mock up with the burs, does not this goes away or move on top of the tooth surface, loosing the reference? Is it not necessary to attach it to the teeth surfaces a little bit? 2. How do you remove the excess? With a curette or similar, or with the diamond burr? From a previous question I understood you prep. a little bit the hole tooth surface even in those areas where it is not necessary to reduce much or none enamel? 3. Do you place a provisional veneers just after the prep. or goes directly with the final ones? 4. Do you use always a composite cement despite of the kind of veneer's material you are using, like feldespathic? Sorry so many questions. Thank you very much. Julio Tojo. CSSC/SSC

jeremy amzalag - (9/26/2012 5:57 AM)

Thank you Dr Garber for your quick and helpful response!

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