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Precision Impressions and Provisional Protocols for Successful Restorations - Part 1 of 2

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One of the most common areas for introducing errors into the restorative protocol is in the process of impressing the preparations and provisionalization of the new preparations. This lecture will look at some easy, systematic steps to help ensure completely accurate impressions of your restorations, while protecting the biological tissues. Clinical examples of a single unit and a multiple unit situation will be demonstrated. Additionally, the steps that will help ensure accurate marginal precision on provisional restorations will be reviewed. The concept of the provisional as an esthetic/phonetic template, as well as a therapeutic restoration, will be explored. The powerful combination of accurate, gentle impression techniques coupled with provisionals that encourage biological and occlusal health will be a solid foundational piece of every participant’s future practice.

Date Added:
12/29/2013

Author(s):

Jacinthe M. Paquette, DDS Jacinthe M. Paquette, DDS
Recognized both nationally and internationally as a leader and educator in Esthetic Dentistry, Prosthodontics, and Implant dentistry, Dr. Jacinthe Paquette maintains a ...
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Cherilyn G. Sheets, DDS Cherilyn G. Sheets, DDS
Dr. Cherilyn Sheets maintains a full-time private practice in Newport Beach, California, with a special emphasis on esthetic rehabilitative dentistry and implants. She ...
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Questions & Comments
Maurice Salama - (3/20/2014 7:21 AM)

Thanks for the information. We wii try to see if alterations can be made to the original audio to improve the experience.

Basil Mizrahi - (3/19/2014 7:29 PM)

Poor sound and Poor lecture. Sounded like sales reps that were simply quoting from the leaflets of each products they espoused discussed. Nothing that any final year dental student wouldn't know.

Nasri Shwehdy - (2/23/2014 4:49 AM)

the sound quality is really poor :( !

Island Mak - (8/25/2012 12:08 PM)

It will better for the speakers provide more photos on demonstration how to do the impressions.

Zhiqiang Huang - (3/16/2011 8:16 PM)

Not really helpful

Viktorija Baranova - (3/13/2011 7:24 PM)

thank you for nice lecture please explain what is on lower left second pre molar - is it florid

Maurice Salama - (3/9/2011 8:23 PM)

Always enjoy a well thought out lecture. Wet fingered dentistry. Dr. S

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