Stefan Koubi

Dr. Koubi graduated from University of Marseille where he is an Associate Professor in University of Marseille. In that same city he hold his private practice where he is the owner. Founder of L’Institut de la Facette as a training center mainly focused in the science of laminate veneer in the cosmetic and functional field. He has 58 publications with 13 international on the topic of anterior esthetic and minimally invasive dentistry and operative dentistry. Speaker in more than 250 lectures national and international, mainly in different Esthetic Academies and Prosthodontics Societies. On 2011 he won the « Best lecturer of the year in France » price.
Dr. Koubi graduated from University of Marseille where he is an Associate Professor in University of Marseille. In that same city he hold his private practice where he is the owner. Founder of L’Institut de la Facette as a training center mainly focused in the science of laminate veneer in the cosmetic and functional field. He has 58 publications with 13 international on the topic of anterior esthetic and minimally invasive dentistry and operative dentistry. Speaker in more than 250 lectures national and international, mainly in different Esthetic Academies and Prosthodontics Societies. On 2011 he won the « Best lecturer of the year in France » price.

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The day will be dedicated to: - The latest philosophy of minimal invasiveness, bonded materials (CAD CAM material, press material) - Visualization, validation and navigation through the mock up - And focused on the main clinical procedures such as prep design, temporization, cementation.

ARTICLES PUBLISHED BY THIS AUTHOR

Mock-up is not always a tool for aesthetic outcome, it is an excellent predictor of the functional result and an excellent guide for minimal invasive preparations while giving perfect space. The purpose of this article is to suggest a precise and consistent method that simplifies the treatment of worn dentition. A wax-up and a mock-up are mostly used for designing esthetic outcome, and then used as a preparation guide. As described by the authors, it can as well be used on the posterior occlusal surfaces of the teeth. This not only provides the exact new vertical dimension of occlusion but lets the dentist use it as a guide for precise control of occlusal preparation.

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