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All-in-one Rubber Dam Isolation Technique

Description:
This video is demonstrating how to achieve proper rubber dam isolation using the all in one approach using wingless clamp. In this technique, the rubber dam frame, sheet and wingless clamp are applied all together in one step in a very simple way. the aim of this video is to show how we can make rubber dam application using wingless clamp a simple solution.

Date Added:
12/30/2020

Author(s):

Ahmed Tarek Farouk, DDS Ahmed Tarek Farouk, DDS

Dr. Ahmed Tarek Farouk

  • Restorative and Esthetic Specialist

  • Master Degree in Restorative and Esthetic Dentistry, Faculty of Dentistr...
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Questions & Comments
qwwe hlj - (2/18/2021 7:12 PM)

kgf

Ahmed Farouk Metwally - (1/13/2021 6:22 PM)

@Sherif many thanks my dear friend 😘

Ahmed Farouk Metwally - (1/13/2021 6:21 PM)

@Joseph.. many thanks dear friend and wait for more to come

sherif elzahar - (1/3/2021 2:25 PM)

nice work dear.

Joseph Shenouda - (1/2/2021 4:10 PM)

I love the trick of inversion of the rubber dam using the floss

Ahmed Farouk Metwally - (12/26/2020 5:23 PM)

Many thanks dear Anthony... hope it was useful 🙂

Anthony Kraft - (12/26/2020 8:11 AM)

Great tips - thank you for taking the time to share with us.

Ahmed Farouk Metwally - (12/20/2020 9:22 AM)

Dear Dr. Ahmed many thanks to your comment.... hope it was useful

ahmed elkady - (12/20/2020 9:20 AM)

Great job my dear friend, waiting for more useful tips of yours 👍🏻👍🏻

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