All restorative dentists share the same goal: deliver restorations in the aesthetic zone that replicate natural teeth. If only it were a simple task!
Dr. Graz Giglio, the newly installed president of the Greater NY Academy of Prosthodontics, presents a scintillating course that can improve every kind of restoration.
From the simple to the complex, Dr. Giglio offers a systemic approach to aesthetics than leads to predictable results.
Dr. Giglio’s presentation reviews smile design parameters on how best to restore or replace teeth in the aesthtetic zone. Whether fabricating laminate veneers, crowns, tooth-colored partial coverage restorations, or implant supported prostheses, Dr. Giglio demonstrates the steps and guidelines that improve the cosmetic outcomes that will truly make your patients smile.
- Be able to perform an aesthetic evaluation on patients
- Be able to recognize and understand the patient’s esthetic needs
- Be comfortable making the necessary recommendations to improve patient’s smiles
- Understand parameters and steps necessary to deliver predictable, esthetic outcomes for laminates veneers, crowns, implant or tooth-colored restorations
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Graziano Giglio, DDS
- D.D.S. degree New York University College of Dentistry 1987
- Postgraduate Prosthodontics New York University College of Dentistry 1990
- Diplomate of the American Board of Prosthodontics 1992
- President of the Greater New York Academy of Prosthodontics
- Clinical Associate Professor and the Director of Fixed Prosthodontics in the Jonathan and Maxine Ferencz Advanced Education Program in Prosthodontics, New York University College of Dentistry
- Dr. Graziano Giglio received his D.D.S. degree from New York University College of Dentistry in 1987. His postgraduate training in prosthodontics was completed in 1990, also at New York University.
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