Dr. Frank Milnar, a smile designer, joins host Kira Dineen to discuss cosmetic dentistry and heated composite.
As a master technician and artist he is a dentist skilled in the applied art of smile design and enhancement. His fine sense of esthetics and technical expertise are well regarded internationally. He has lectured extensively with U.S. Armed Forces and publishes work on the latest techniques in cosmetic care. Dr. Frank Milnar is one of 360 fully Accredited members by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and a Board Examiner for Accreditation. He has published numerous articles about the direct placement of composites, shade selection, porcelain materials, Minimally Invasive Dentistry and is on editorial review boards for numerous dental journals.
Dr. Milnar is co-founder of the Minnesota Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. He has been voted “Top Dentist” and voted into the “Top Dentist Hall of Fame” for the last five years by his peers in the Minneapolis/St. Paul Magazine. He has been voted by Dentistry Today as one of the top 100 dentists contributing to dental education. Most recently, Dr. Milnar was nominated to the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry Continuing Education Advisory Board.
On This Episode We Discuss….
- The elements of a natural looking smile
- Cosmetic procedures Dr. Milnar performs and techniques used
- Difference of heated and room temperature composite
- Advantages of using heated composite, for dentists/dental hygienists and patients
- Changing lives through cosmetic work
Check out more information about Dr. Frank Milnar and his practice at stpaulsmiles.com and on their Facebook page.
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