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Simplifying Complexity with "Shoulderless" Preparations: Are More Aggressive Tooth Preparation Techniques Needed?

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9/16/2016

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Carlo Poggio, DDS, MSD, PhD Carlo Poggio, DDS, MSD, PhD
Carlo E. Poggio, DDS, MSD, PhD is owner of Studio Associato Poggio, an interdisciplinary dental practice with more than 50 years of history located in the heart of Mila...
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Questions & Comments
carlo poggio553 - (10/13/2016 10:10 AM)

Dear Omar usually I wait 1-2 weeks. If there are perio problem I wait 2-3 months after respective surgery. I pack the two cords one after the other at the time of impression

carlo poggio553 - (10/13/2016 10:07 AM)

Dear Irene I have limited experience with lithium disilicate, and I would not use it subgingivally

carlo poggio553 - (10/13/2016 10:06 AM)

Thank you my friend Maurice!

carlo poggio553 - (10/13/2016 10:06 AM)

Thank you David!! All the best!

David Garber - (9/27/2016 11:05 AM)

Carlo, you have once again beautifully explained the real benefits of Shoulderless Preparations, and how relevant they are today in light of the evoltion of ceramic material science - Professor Amsterdam would have said this is like Going Back to the Future" - thanks so much David

Eric Pena - (9/18/2016 10:15 PM)

Great lecture that explains objectively the use of vertical margin preparation. It gives dentist an evidence treatment based knowledge on vertical preparation thereby clarifying the negative data published about it. Thank you very much !

Irene Euler-Kennedy - (9/18/2016 3:12 AM)

if I decide on a vertical Lithium Disilicate veneer margin , that is going subgingivally, the adhesive cement will connect the veneer to cementum. Will this affect the long term performance of the margin?

omar osman - (9/15/2016 8:14 AM)

1- Why and how long do you wait to take the final impression. ? 2- In the two cord technique, you pack the first and then refine the edge and then the second ? or do you finish the edge and pack the 2 cords at once. Thank you

Maurice Salama - (9/14/2016 9:09 AM)

Truly changing restorative dentistry and minimizing the amount of tooth destruction during preparation. Thanks Maurice

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