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Ceramic Material Selection for Tooth and Implant Supported Restorations: A Clinical Approach

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This presentation will review currently available ceramic materials and discuss the clinical parameters and thought process used to chose a particular material for anterior and posterior tooth and implant supported restorations.

Date Added:
2/15/2013

Author(s):

Steven H. Goldstein, DDS Steven H. Goldstein, DDS
Dr. Steven H. Goldstein received his DDS degree in 1985 from Georgetown University. From 1987-1990 Dr. Goldstein completed the Periodontal Prosthesis program at the University...
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Questions & Comments
jiang tao - (3/17/2013 9:50 AM)

very good!excellent

Luciana Goguta - (3/13/2013 11:56 AM)

Beautiful and very useful! Thank you from Timisoara- Romania.

Andrea Bella - (3/4/2013 4:28 PM)

Thank you from Hungary .

tony mcloughlin - (3/2/2013 3:03 PM)

very god presentation

Per Ekblom - (2/26/2013 7:06 AM)

Thank you from Stockholm.

Benjamin Saidel - (2/25/2013 7:59 PM)

Thanks for answers Benjamin Saidel

Laurent Rosemblaum - (2/25/2013 9:46 AM)

Thank you for your outstanding presentation.Other dentalxp speakers should learn from you,not only about the way you present it,but also because of your pronounciation that is very clear and very understandable for non fluent english speaker dentists all over the world.

Siew Min Mok - (2/25/2013 6:28 AM)

Thank you very much for the excellent presentation. It was truly inspirational.

Steven Goldstein244 - (2/23/2013 10:53 AM)

Thanks again for the comments! After the ceramic material is etched it is rinsed, lightly steamed cleaned, and then placed in 95% alcohol in the ultrasonic for five minutes. This removes the remaining bits of white ceramic residue. The goal is to have it as clean as possible in order to achieve the maximum bonding strength. The occlusal guards I use are made in office with the ERKODENT® thermoforming unit, with the Erkoloc-pro material. It has a hard outer layer and a soft inner layer. I purchased the unit from Glidewell Laboratories.

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