Minimally Invasive Esthetic Restorative Dentistry

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Posted on By Maurice Salama In Esthetic Therapy (General)

A Young Patient post ortho presents with a lack of adequate Tooth Display and Proportions evident in her Smile. After occlusal evaluation and DSD, Dr. David Garber decided on no prep EMAX pieces for an improved result. Thoughts Dr. Salama

Preop image Smile
lab prosthetics

placement
Final Smile


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Anyone else using these small pressed bonded restorations? Dr. Salama


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No, don't have experience with them.

They seem very thin, and fragile, any fracture problems?

Anyway, the result is amazing, and non invasive. The way to do dentistry.

Regards


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excellent result...I also recall when Dr. Garber's daughter was around 5 years old and he made porcelain pieces to improve her smile. So the technique is applicable at any age.


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Just beautiful Dr Salama !!

Best regards,
Ehab


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Beautiful case management and excellent result. Congrats to the entire Team Atlanta!


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