Controlled Restorative Treatment of Compromised Anterior Dentition
Nitzan Bichacho, DMD;Michel Magne, CDT
Predictable Cementation of All Ceramic Dental Restorations - The "Noah" Technique
Creation of an ideally prepared tooth and its detail being "captured" in a master impression are critical steps in the indirect dental restorative process.
Tissue Management for Aesthitc Success with Posterior Restorations
Due in part to the positive tissue response to metal-ceramic crowns fabricated with Captek™ substructures, clinicians can now provide an aesthetic restoration with healthy supporting periodontium for their patients. All indirect restorations, however, depend on an accurate impression of the preparation and proper tissue management throughout provisionalization. Even after careful tooth preparation, the restorative site often fills with blood, intracrevicular and intraoral fluids, and the delicate…
Communicating Digitally with the Laboratory: Design, Impressions, Shade, and the Digital Laboratory Slip
This article will review and explore some of the digital opportunities and rationales for digital communication of all forms of clinical information from the dentist to the laboratory.
Dental Implant Overdenture Clinical Techniques and Tooth Selection - Part 3 of 3
Dr. Aldo Leopardi’s objective for this presentation is to focus on clinical techniques to achieve desired treatment outcomes for stress-broken overdenture designs. A discussion of appropriate tooth/mould selection for function and aesthetics will also be addressed.
Principles of Clinically Successful Shade Taking - The Science & Art - Part 6
Dr. Ed McLaren continues the very clinically applicable demonstration of advanced and step-by-step shade taking techniques on a patient requiring a single anterior crown.
Aesthetics and Functions in the Rehabilitations of Complex Prosthodontics: A Multidisciplinary Approach in the Lights of New Technologies and Materials - Part 2 of 2
We'll see how we have replaced traditional materials and techniques with other innovative new technologies that only you can work, and how the results obtained with these are systematic and overlapping at times better than traditional ones.
Excellence in Cosmetic Dentistry: Replicating Nature, When Nature Has Been Compromised
Drs. Cherilyn Sheets and Jacinthe Paquett discuss the understanding of the art and science of dentistry to create restorations that duplicate nature.
Provisionals - Anterior, Posterior, Single and Multiple Unit
Provisional restorations have become a vital diagnostic and assessment tool to evaluate function color, shape, contour, occlusion, periodontal response, implant healing, and overall esthetics.
The Art of Exquisite Anterior, Posterior, Single and Multiple Unit Provisionals
Provisional restorations have become a vital diagnostic and assessment tool to evaluate function color, shape, contour, occlusion, periodontal response, implant healing, and overall esthetics.With increased demands being placed on provisional restorations, new materials and techniques are being developed and some existing protocols are being refined to accomplish desired goals.
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