Dr. Éric J. Hazan
dental surgeon, Paris 16, France
Full name: Dr. Éric J. Hazan
Doctor of Dental Surgery
CES Fixed Prosthesis, Boston Univesity, MScD
- Dedicated to restorative, prosthetic and aesthetic dentistry since 1991.
- Past President of the Société Odontologique de Paris (1994-1997)
- Past President American Dental Club of Paris (2002-2004)
For the last twenty five years, anterior porcelain bonded restorations, known as porcelain laminate veneers have been a very elegant alternative to porcelain fused to metal crowns. This was even more obvious with the emergence of the new full porcelain crowns (Aluminous or Zirconia). The therapeutic choice, then, became larger and more complex for the clinician. What choice should we make? How do we choose? What are the clinical steps, and how do we handle them? These are most obvious questions we ask ourselves, on a daily practice. The goal of this presentation will be to show the exact place of the APBR in a modern restorative oriented practice, and to detail step by step these beautiful and very delicate restorations that are “the restorative reference” biologically and esthetically. But also to understand the complex relationship between tooth and its periodontal environment and try to reproduce nicely and durably the relation between the prosthetic tooth and its gingival belt?
Dr Eric J. Hazan graduated from Paris VII University School of Dentistry in 1982. Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Prosthodontics from Boston University in 1987. In private practice dedicated to restorative, prosthetic and aesthetic dentistry since 1991. Past President American Dental Club of Paris (2002-2004) Past President of the Société Odontologique de Paris (1994-1997). Active Member in: American Dental Club of Paris, Société Odontologique de Paris, American Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics, International College of Prosthodontics, Pierre Fauchard Academy.
Language: English, French