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It appears more and more "simple esthetic cases" include the complexity of implants, dark preps and missing teeth. Matt Roberts, CDT, provides new tools...See more and techniques to deal with complex cases including how to use computer aided design, e.max abutments, translucent zirconia and e.max lithium disilicate in various combinations.
A treatment protocol is essential to ensuring an esthetic restoration. August Brugera, MDT, divides the treatment protocol into sequence of well-defined...See more working steps, discusses the most important steps required for fabricating both single crowns and more complex restorations using the appearance of...
The esthetic implant rehabilitation of patients with comprised dentition frequently involves a multidisciplinary approach and these cases present an esthetic...See more clinical challenge. During recent years, treatment modalities and options have changed in order to minimize bone resorption and soft tissue alterations....
Oliver Brix, MDT, presents treatment options following a strict protocol of communication between the dentist and technician to economize tooth structure...See more removal according to material requirements. He presents numerous cases ranging from single tooth restorations to full mouth rehabilitations showing...
Dr. Galip Gürel presents a protocol that improves the esthetic diagnosis, the interdisciplinary communication and the predictability of anterior esthetic...See more restorations. He addresses the synergistic effects of digital communication, microscopes, microendodontics, microsurgeries and lasers on the treatment...
According to LMT's 2013 Dentist Survey, lab owners are sometimes hesitant to raise their fees, fearful of losing the account. Yet 53% of dentists surveyed feel it’s reasonable for a laboratory to increase prices once a year by an average of 3.3%. Twenty-nine percent think an increase—an average of 4.6—every two years is more acceptable.
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