View from the Chairside: Why I love Cast Post-Cores & You Should Too!
We are certainly very grateful to Dr. Paul Belzycki for the amount of time and effort he put in developing today’s presentation. Although you may find it long, the presentation is packed with valuable clinical information about complex cases that were restored using cast post-cores. In his hands, this technique has proven very successful at delivering restorations that continue to defy the test of time even after many years.
Dr. Belzycki is a dental surgeon from Toronto. He graduated from the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Toronto in 1979 and has kindly accepted to share four decades of clinical experience with our viewers in this series of clinical mentorship posts.
My sincere thanks go to Dr. Paul Belzycki and I hope that you benefit from such great clinical insights. Be sure to share your thoughts, comments, suggestions, and questions with us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Until next time!
Dr. Belzycki’s Thoughts
This presentation is a continuation of this series of clinical mentorship posts. When I set out to develop the presentation, to my surprise, I discovered that the topic of cast post-cores is the subject of some controversy regarding their use and teaching. There exists opposing points of view from respected university-level academics.
Undeterred, this presentation attempts to offer my own clinical perspective, based on careful observation and documentation as to what has proven successful “in my hands.” Several “demanding cases” are presented as evidence to not abandon this time-tested technique.
Full Presentation (55.56″)
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