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6 anterior teeth with a diagram of benchmarks

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FEB 2015

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Interdisciplinary management of anterior dental esthetics

by: Cosmetic dentistry | Tags: Porcelain veneers, Crowns, Gummy smile

Interdisciplinary management of anterior dental esthetics

Dental and gingival esthetics is an important and popular subject in today's dentistry.
Plaanning of dental esthetic appearance, could requiere an inter-diciplinary approach for diagnosis and treatment.
With some patients, the restorative dentist cannot accomplish the correction alone but may require the assistance of other dental disciplines. [...]

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MAR 2015

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Dental Implants- Indications and precautions

By: Dental implants | Tags: Sinus lift, Ridge Preservation

Question:
Can my body reject the dental implant?

The human body will not reject a dental implant, this doesn’t mean however that the implant cannot fail. Failures are associated to bad planning and case selection. Read more about indications and precautions.

It's very helpful in the first consultation if you bring us a your panoramic X-ray, or computer tomography[...]

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3d sequence of the preparation of a porcelain crown

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MAY 2015

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What you need to know about dental crowns?

By: Cosmetic dentistry | Tags: Porcelain crowns, Porcelain bridges, Smile makeover

Question:
What you need to know about dental crowns?

Answer:

The crown is a prosthetic that fully covers the visible part of a tooth. Dental crowns are indicated if the tooth destruction is big, his strength is low, risking the loss of it, in case of decay that destroyed a large part of the tooth, in case of a new design, in case of changing a toot position or as element of aggregation in dental works. [...]

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JUN 2015

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What is a Simulate shape design?

By: Smile makeover | Tags: Porcelain veneers, Porcelain crowns, Cosmetic bonding

Helping patients decide their esthetic ideal.

Question: What is a Simulate shape design?
Aswer:

Simulated shape design, or SSD, is a reversible method of demonstrating potential esthetic outcomes that involves creating trial restoration shapes and placing them over a patient's teeth, and show patients potential tooth sizes, shapes and arrangements before carrying out treatment. [...]

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