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By Anthony Mennito, DMD
Commercial Supporter: BISCO, Inc.
Recent advancements in dentistry have helped facilitate conservative approaches to esthetic restorations and an overall smoother treatment process. This article highlights a case study that exemplifies facets of a modern approach to esthetic restorations.
About the Author
Anthony Mennito, DMD
Medical University of South Carolina, College of Dental Medicine
Charleston, South Carolina