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Optimizing Aesthetics in One Day

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This lecture talks about improving dental aesthetics and smile optimizing in single visit dentistry. The help with modern contemporary equipment like CadCam systems and a few clinical tips/tricks, patients like travelers, brides, grooms and special-needs will receive the best possible treatment in a single visit. We will explain easy & helpful tips/tricks for preparations, bleeding control, temporization & cementation.

Date Added:
4/18/2019

Author(s):
Dr. Yasser Stas
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