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Complex Aesthetic Restorative Dentistry Part 2 (Tetracycline Case)
The "not so typical, typical case." Does this sound familiar? A patient walks in the door with esthetically compromised dentistry, which has failed due to time or simply poor dentistry. The patient has deep tetracycline stains and you have no idea what you are going to find once you remove the old restorations.This is a far more typical patient than the "perfect" candidate we are use to seeing lectures talk about.
In the second part of this course Dr. Kirtley will discuss the importance of the seating appointment in relation to the degree of overall success achieved, demonstrate preparation removal and placement of the veneers. Flexibility in dentistry is a critical skill and you will see how Dr. Kirtley handles every curve ball thrown at him to create a smile design that the patient is excited about.
Last Reviewed: 04/18/2012
I. Seating appointment
II. Preparation removal
III. Restoration try-in
IV. Veneer placement
Kirtley, George. Esthetic Restoration of the Anterior Edentulous Area. Contemporary Esthetics and Restorative Practice Magazine. 2002, July.