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As a recent graduate, getting into the field of cosmetic dentistry can be quite overwhelming. Not only does it require us to have good technical skills, but it also comes with discussing treatment plans, that we ourselves wouldn’t even be able to afford.
In today’s episode, Dr Cigdem Kipel and Dr Mitesh Vasant assure us about how we can start to engage with our patients in improving smiles, along with what other instruments are out there to help us along the way.
Dr Mitesh Vasant
Dr Mitesh completed dental school at the University of Queensland in 2012. He had an obsession with cosmetic dentistry and providing his patients with long lasting dental treatment in a gentle manner. To help with this he completed several courses both locally and internationally perfecting the art of designing using Digital Smile Design. He uses a Cerec in his Sandstone practice and has spoken as a KOL for Dentsply Sirona so is credibly qualified to share his experiences with fellow clinicians.
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