Marcos Vargas

Dr. Marcos Vargas attended Cayetano Heredia University School of Dentistry in Lima, Peru and graduated in 1985. He spent two years, 1990 to 1992, in the AEGD program at the Eastman Dental Center in Rochester, New York. Dr. Vargas received his Certificate and Master Degree in Operative Dentistry in 1994 at the University of Iowa where he is currently a Professor in the Department of Family Dentistry. His primary research interests are in the area of dental materials including glass ionomers, dentin bonding, composite resins and esthetic dentistry. Dr. Vargas is also recognized for his expertise of Direct Restorative Treatment Procedures and conducts numerous lecture and hands-on seminars in the US and internationally. Dr. Marcos Vargas has published extensively in the area of dental adhesion and resin composites for over 20 years. He maintains a private practice limited to Restorative Dentistry with an emphasis on aesthetic dentistry.
Dr. Marcos Vargas attended Cayetano Heredia University School of Dentistry in Lima, Peru and graduated in 1985. He spent two years, 1990 to 1992, in the AEGD program at the Eastman Dental Center in Rochester, New York. Dr. Vargas received his Certificate and Master Degree in Operative Dentistry in 1994 at the University of Iowa where he is currently a Professor in the Department of Family Dentistry. His primary research interests are in the area of dental materials including glass ionomers, dentin bonding, composite resins and esthetic dentistry. Dr. Vargas is also recognized for his expertise of Direct Restorative Treatment Procedures and conducts numerous lecture and hands-on seminars in the US and internationally. Dr. Marcos Vargas has published extensively in the area of dental adhesion and resin composites for over 20 years. He maintains a private practice limited to Restorative Dentistry with an emphasis on aesthetic dentistry.

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The demand for esthetics and conservative dentistry has increased tremendously in the last decade due to patient desires.  Small dental esthetic defects can be easily and conservatively treated with direct resin composite restorations nowadays.

Analysis and planning is primordial for esthetic success.  Digital Smile Design (DSD) is an ideal tool for analysis, planning and execution of all sorts of esthetic concerns.

The patient concern was the small size of her lateral incisors.  Her desires were to have a nice smile without compromising longevity or removing any tooth structure.

Records of the patient, photographs according to the DSD protocol and casts were obtained from the patient.  Subsequently analysis and planning were performed with DSD and a motivational mock up was performed.  Treatment plan included crown lengthening, bleaching and direct resin veneers.

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