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By Sundeep Rawal, DMD
Commercial Supporter: Neocis
This article highlights some of the more profound technological advancements clinicians have at their disposal to both plan and deliver streamlined minimally invasive treatment that equals or exceeds historically cutting-edge esthetic dentistry. The case studies presented indicate how professional collaboration and prosthetically driven planning may be utilized to achieve lofty goals for patient satisfaction, even in highly complex and challenging cases.
About the Author
Sundeep Rawal, DMD
Senior Vice President of Implant Support Services, Aspen Dental, East Syracuse, New York
Co-founder, Digital Dentistry Institute, Merritt Island, Florida