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...a smile is forever !
Posted on 11.20.2012 01:38 AM By Maffei Simone In Anterior/Esthetic
Center for Esthetic Dentistry | Modena | Italy
Dr.Vaccari Simone | CDT Maffei Simone
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Charles Schwimer says on 11.20.2012 02:45 PM
Nice philosophy and improvement, but why didn't you duplicate the contours of the intraoral "test drive" in the final result?
Did the patent notice the difference?
David Kolker says on 12.30.2012 03:32 PM
It is very good post
Ronald Goldstein says on 11.20.2012 03:17 PM
Although this is an excellent presentation I can see exactly what you are speaking about...the major difference is in the gingival contours. When the trial smile was placed the material covers the interdental spaces so when the final restorations are placed there is naturally more space but had the ceramic restorations been built out more the result would have matched the trial smile more I think. Good observation but I am sure the patient will not notice the difference.
Nassib Fares says on 11.20.2012 04:43 PM
Yoram Rosen says on 11.21.2012 09:09 AM
Maurice Salama says on 11.21.2012 09:16 AM
Very nice. Perhaps you can turn this information into a LECTURE and post it on the site.
David Garber says on 12.24.2012 03:30 PM
beautifully developed presentation !
- and I'm sure the Dental XP participants would appreciate seeing a sequential,Step by Step teaching process on the planning and then all the clinical procedures , so they can then do similar procedures on their patients
Steffany Mohan says on 01.07.2013 04:00 AM
I agree, this was a beautiful presentation and must also be uploaded as a lecture. Awesome video, hope more such videos are uploaded.