The goals of Scripps Center for Dental Care are to provide the very best in technology, amenities, techniques, and materials and the safest, most comfortable experience possible for their patients. Dr. Weston is featured in this article as he provides insight about the use of digital technology in the practice.
Dr. Weston was interviewed by Inside Dentistry to examine ways to utilize digital dental technology chairside.
Showcasing the breakthrough benefits of the Lava™ Chairside Oral Scanner C.O.S., featuring the work of Dr. Weston. This revolutionary technology allows the dentist to record and view 3D models of your teeth and create excellent porcelain veneers to enhance your smile.
Highlighting the cooperative work executed by various dental specialists, Dr. Weston’s case study shows how strong communication and advanced planning contributed to a successful full-mouth reconstruction. Chairside optical scanning and stereolithic modeling were among the new technologies used to restore function.
Details the conservative technique of placing porcelain veneers directly on enamel.
When compared to restorations created using traditional impression materials, large-scale veneer cases can significantly benefit from using a digital scanner to capture impressions. A case study highlights advantages of using the technology for both the dentist and the patient.
Dr. Weston interviews Dr. Peter Dawson, director of the Dawson Center for Advanced Dental Study, a multidisciplinary center for clinical research and postgraduate education, and member of the advisory faculty at the L.D. Pankey Institute.
Dr. Weston interviews Dr. David Garber of Goldstein, Garber & Salama, a group practice in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. Garber is a clinician and professor and the Medical College of Georgia, working in the departments of periodontics and oral rehabilitation.
In this case study, Dr. Weston discusses a successful smile makeover using composite veneers and the minimally invasive treatment’s benefits. Points highlighted include how the no-prep smile design fulfills the goal of conserving as much natural tooth structure as possible.
This article offers an in-depth look at a successful cosmetic dentistry procedure performed on former San Diego Chargers player Robert Ortiz. The minimally invasive treatment consisted of composite veneers, with direct resin restorations completed on eight front teeth.
Dr. Weston interviews Dr. Dennis Tarnow, a professor and chairman at New York University College of Dentistry in the departments of periodontology and implant dentistry. Dr. Tarnow is also a diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology.
As part of the eLearning Program Review, this case study details a successful cosmetic dentistry procedure performed using eight porcelain veneers. A conservative approach to restoration and aesthetic enhancement is highlighted.
Dr. Weston and Mr. Haupt focus on the importance of effective communication between the doctor and ceramist during the creation of high-quality aesthetic dental restorations.
Weston discusses the traditional method of restorative treatment and doing advanced restorative treatment for accurate and quality patient care.
Dr. Weston discusses the benefits and importance of being a digitally enhanced dental office. In this particular article, Dr. Weston shares how digital scanning technology can save time with accuracy and cost with digital impressions.
This article provides detailed information about how resin composites or tooth colored restorations not only enhance the smile but provide better quality for the overall well-being of patient’s health.
Dr. Weston uses advanced technology to achieve accurate results for dental restorations.
Dr. Weston discusses the misconceptions and beliefs with being an advanced digital technology office, and provides the facts of the benefits that digital technology can provide.
Dr. Nick discusses how to create an esthetically pleasing smile after a tooth has been traumatized.
Dr. Weston discusses his technique for prevention of post operative sensitivity when restoring a tooth using Resin-Modified Glass-Ionomer.
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