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Dr. Sushil Koirala




Short CV

Dr Sushil Koirala is the Founding President of the Vedic Institute of Smile Aestethics and maintains a private practice that focuses primarely on MICD in Kathmandu, Nepal.



Koirala is President of the Asian Academy of Aesthetic Dentistry and a regular contributor to Dental Tribune.

Articles
Cosmetic enamel restoration using naturomimetic layering technique—Part I Jun 23, 2017 | General Dentistry International

Cosmetic enamel restoration using naturomimetic layering technique—Part I

A human face takes priority when determining physical attractiveness.[1] If we group the facial components according to their influence on appearance, the mouth takes precedence over the others. Smiling is one of the most important facial expressions and is essential in expressing friendliness, agreement and appreciation.[2] A smile develops when a person senses happiness, pleasure or humour.[3] Whatever may be the emotion, a smile plays an important role in society, and for a variety of psychological ...

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MiCD: Do no harm cosmetic dentistry—Part I Jan 29, 2016 | Cosmetic Dentistry International

MiCD: Do no harm cosmetic dentistry—Part I

The demand for cosmetic dentistry is a growing trend globally. Increased media coverage, the availability of free online information and the improved economic status of the general public has led to a dramatic increase in patients’ aesthetic expectations, desires and demands. Today, a glowing, healthy and vibrant smile is no longer the exclusive domain of the rich and famous; hence, many general practitioners are now being forced to incorporate various aesthetic and cosmetic dental treatment ...

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Midline diastema closure with  direct-bonding restorations May 10, 2015 | Cosmetic Dentistry Middle East

Midline diastema closure with direct-bonding restorations

Midline diastemata (MD) are spaces of varying magnitude between the crowns of fully erupted maxillary and mandibular central incisors. Keene describes MD as anterior midline spacing greater than 0.5 mm between the proximal surfaces of adjacent teeth. Incidences of maxillary and mandibular MD are 14.8 and 1.6 %, respectively.1

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Amálgama não tem lugar na indústria odontológica Apr 6, 2015 | News Brazil

Amálgama não tem lugar na indústria odontológica

O uso de mercúrio em materiais de restauro odontológico tem uma longa história. Enquanto preenchimentos de amálgama ainda são populares entre dentistas tanto de países desenvolvidos quanto em desenvolvimento, os efeitos tóxicos dos restos de metal são alvo de controvérsias.

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牙科临床中应当逐渐停止使用银汞合金 Feb 12, 2015 | News China

牙科临床中应当逐渐停止使用银汞合金

汞作为牙科修复材料,在临床应用中已有很长的历史。银汞合金至今仍是世界各国牙科诊所中常见的使用材料,其毒性作用也是一个多年来业界讨论的话题。

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Amalgam has no place in clinical dentistry Feb 11, 2015 | News Asia Pacific

Amalgam has no place in clinical dentistry

The use of mercury in dental restorative materials has a long history. While amalgam fillings are still popular among dentists in both developed and developing countries, the toxic effects of the metal remain a subject of controversy.

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MiCD customised case-finishing concept and clinical protocol Feb 6, 2013 | Cosmetic Dentistry International

MiCD customised case-finishing concept and clinical protocol

Case finishing is one of the important clinical steps in dentistry. Aesthetics, functional forces and oral health are the three fundamental components that need to be considered during case finishing. Aesthetic components are clinically visible and guided by the subjective analysis (perception) of the patient and the clinician.

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A year in review (Part 2): Cosmetic Dentistry Dec 29, 2011 | News International

A year in review (Part 2): Cosmetic Dentistry

Aesthetic aspects do increasingly play an important part in clincical outcomes. In this second part of our exclusive commentary series, Dr Sushil Korailal from Nepal speaks about new developments and trends that shaped the field of cosmetic dentistry in 2011.

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Minimally invasive cosmetic dentistry: Concept and treatment protocol Mar 25, 2010 | Cosmetic Dentistry International

Minimally invasive cosmetic dentistry: Concept and treatment protocol

Increased media coverage and the availability of free web-based information has lead to heightened public awareness and thus to a dramatic increase in patients’ aesthetic expectations, desires and demands. Today, a glowing, healthy and vibrant smile is no longer the exclusive domain of the rich and famous and most general practitioners are forced to incorporate various aesthetic treatment modalities in their daily practices to meet this growing demand.

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Smile Design Wheel: A simplified protocol for smile design Dec 8, 2009 | Cosmetic Dentistry International

Smile Design Wheel: A simplified protocol for smile design

Modern trends in cosmetic dentistry and media coverage of smile makeovers have increased public awareness of dental aesthetics. People now know that smile aesthetics plays a key role in their sense of well-being, social acceptance, success at work and in relationships, and self-confidence. The aesthetic expectations and demands of dental patients have increased substantially. Now, a glowing, healthy and vibrant smile is no longer available only to millionaires and movie stars. Therefore, many dentists ...

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Shading technique in direct aesthetic restorations Feb 20, 2009 | Cosmetic Dentistry International

Shading technique in direct aesthetic restorations

Natural teeth are complex in structure and difficult to imitate because many colours are distributed through the enamel and dentin.1 The structural components of teeth–enamel, dentin and pulp—have different characteristics that greatly influence its optical properties.2 It is well accepted that the colour of a tooth is basically determined by its dentin component.3

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