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Minimizing Post-Operative Sensitivity - Part 1 of 2

Description:
Post-Operative sensitivity can be just as frustrating for us as it is for our patients. When it happens often we are at a loss to explain to the patient why or know what to do about it, much less prevent it the next time. On the patient side it can shift their trust and positive experience, to wonder about our abilities and concern over the future health of their tooth. In this webinar we will look at the most common causes of Post-operative sensitivity following adhesive restorative procedures and how to minimize them.

Date Added:
8/3/2012

Author(s):

Lee Ann Brady, DMD Lee Ann Brady, DMD
Dr. Lee Ann Brady is a privately practicing dentist and nationally recognized educator and writer. Her practice experience has been rich and varied. She has worked in a...
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Questions & Comments
robin kozlowski - (5/21/2014 11:14 AM)

To use gluma correctly in the bonding of composites, does the dentin have to be etched first to remove the smear layer. I use the selective etch technique and etch the enamel , then I apply the bisco universal bond to the enamel and denting.

Island Mak - (8/2/2012 11:40 AM)

It gives us a lot of information that we may miss sometimes at our clinical practice. It mention the time of etching of permanent teeth. How about the etching time of primary teeth? Please let me know. It is a great lecture and waiting to have another lecture Part Two of Dr. Brady.

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