Anterior Reconstruction: Beginning with the End in Mind

When starting any type of construction project, it essential that the builder use a well considered and calculated architectural design. The plan must clearly designate the building materials as well as provide enough support for the structure to sustain repeated stresses. In addition, the designer must pay extreme detail to the exterior appearance of the venture. With careful planning, the final project should have predictable longevity, outstanding visual appeal and the approval of the patron. So too is the case with dental rehabilitation, where careful selection of materials, understanding of esthetics and protection against occlusal forces are all essential for a successful reconstruction. Read More

Words Can’t Describe My New Smile

Hi Dr. Waldman, I just wanted to write you and thank you once again. You and your staff have truly changed my life. I don't think you realize my happiness every time I look in the mirror, and it's all because of the amazing job done by you and your staff. Words can't describe my appreciation for everything you have done for me. Read More

My New Bright Teeth!

Dear Dr. Waldman I would like to congratulate you on your new practise and location and thank you and your staff for the work you have done for me. When we first met, my gums and teeth were a mess. This mess was caused by years of my neglect and smoking cigars. After I gave up smoking for a year, I wanted to improve my dental appearance. I had lost teeth, my gums had receded and teeth had bucked. I was very concerned that I was going to have to have all my teeth extracted. Read More

Sophisticated Cosmetic Dentistry

In today's climate of sophisticated dentistry and extremely high patient expectations, it is essential for the restorative dentist to avail herself of the not only the most advanced techniques in restorative dentistry but to also combine these techniques with those available from complementary disciplines within dentistry. The integration of multidisciplinary dentistry allows for the execution of the optimized treatment plan when carefully strategized in terms of patient scheduling and expectations. Read More

Everything You Wanted to Know About Dental Ceramics but were afraid to ask

Ceramics were first used in dentistry in 1774 to replace previously used natural substances such as ivory, bone, wood, natural teeth or cadaver human teeth. Though the use of ceramics solved the problems associated with natural materials such as odour, staining, decay and wear, the aesthetics with porcelain of this age were of poor quality. Read More