Written by Dentistry Today Friday, 11 May 2012 17:04
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HYGIENE TODAY — SPECIAL SECTION
Shape of Color: Aesthetics from a Physiologic Perspective
John C. Schwartz, DDS, discusses how physiologic analysis provides a methodology for implementing color into anatomic shape, position, and composition.
Cosmetic Nightmare! Composite Success!
Richard Winter, DDS, highlights how he dramatically and affordably improved the smile of a young patient who presented with amelogenesis imperfecta.
Separated File Removal
Yoshitsugu Terauchi, DDS, PhD, presents case reports that deal with retreatment issues involving the retrieval of broken files.
Making Implant Dentistry Easier and Less Costly
Paul Hertz, DMD, describes and demonstrates a device that was developed to ensure proper placement of implants.
The Direct Composite Bridge: Still a Unique Solution for Some Clinical Situations
Robert A. Lowe, DDS, presents a case demonstrating the application of an immediate direct nanocomposite resin bridge as an alternative to a traditional fixed partial denture.
Nanomicrohybrid Composites Make Posterior Placement Easier
Marcos Vargas, DDS, MS, describes some of the advantages of using a modern universal nanomicrohybrid composite resin material to place a Class II posterior restoration.
Treatment Planning a Bioesthetic Case
Kenley Hunt, DDS, and Mitch Turk, DDS, in part 3 of their 4-part series, talk about the final diagnosis phase of treatment, covering the use of the maxillary anterior guided orthotic splint.
Specialty Recognition of Oral Medicine