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July 31, 2018 - Expires July 31, 2021
By Scott Coleman, DDS
Commercial Supporter: Kerr Corporation
Technological advancement touches all facets of dentistry, but nowhere more profoundly than in restorative procedures. From diagnostics to polishing, practitioners can identify and remedy pathology with greater efficiency than ever before. This article reviews technologies and materials that are reshaping practitioners' ability to deliver consistent and optimal clinical outcomes.
About the Author
Scott Coleman, DDS
Clinical Adjunct Professor, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
Private Practice, Middleburg, Virginia