Dental Excellence 11: Seating Porcelain Veneers

Welcome to my Dental Excellence video series. In this new video I would like to share with you an excellent technique to ensure the perfect seating of your porcelain veneers. To enhance your learning experience, I am using video filmed with my Zeiss ProErgo microscope to teach you these detailed clinical techniques.

Thank you again for being a member of my online community and remember, you can do this kind of dentistry! I believe that beautiful dentistry with precise fit and occlusion is not just for the gurus.

All the best, Stephen

P.S. To register for my new clinical training webinar that I was speaking about in the video above  click here.

This is a brand new webinar and it is going to be excellent!

Comments

  1. Ankeet Patel says

    hi I was wondering when it will be possible to register for the Occlusal Design Course. Ive registered on the waiting list

  2. Neil Patel says

    Hi Stephen,

    Currently in the depths of my prosthodontic specialist finalss in the UK. This video caught my eye whilst taking a revision break. Thank you for making such and articulate, well presented and truly informative video. Looks like the patient will have a great result…keep up the good work!

    Neil

  3. Thanks for sharing this video. As always, very helpful 🙂

  4. shameena says

    Thanks for the excellent video .could understand better.thank you again

  5. It was excellent and very useful
    I am interested in getting the free webinar
    Thanks a lot

  6. Malamatenia Zarkada says

    Thank you Dr Phelan! I appreciate your work!

  7. Bruce Cairns, DDS says

    Hi Stephen,
    I’m a member of the Occlusion Design and Esthetic Design communities, which I’m really enjoying and learning a lot from. Regarding this case, since the patient had chipped her previous veneers due to loss of cuspid/canine protection, you restored the guidance as part of the case. Can I assume that you made a protective orthotic/splint once the case was cemented? If so, which appliance design is your preferred choice? I’ve been making quite a few Maxillary Anterior Bite Plane appliances a la` Frank Spear.
    Many thanks,
    Bruce

    • Hi Bruce, I am planning to discuss this case during the May members webinar but I made her an essex type appliance for the upper and lower arch the day we inserted the veneers because I was concerned with bruxism. I believe I will made her an E splint as the final appliance but I will explain my thoughts more during the monthly members webinar.

  8. Thanks for sharing this video Dr. Phelan. I have learned a lot from it. God bless you.

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