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Views: 6321
From: Dentistry To...
Added: 2012-12-28
Category: Technique of the Week
Duration: 0:05:17
Video Description: Jose-Luis Ruiz, DDS, from Burbank, Calif, demonstrates a technique that allows you to expand the use of direct composite to stabilize and even rehabilitate cases with severe wear damage that may not be candidates for traditional bonded porcelain. Utilizing a silicone matrix formed from a lab wax-up to guide the procedure decreases the time taken to free-form each tooth.