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Video Details
Making a Great First Impression

Description:
Dr. Kopp describes in great detail how to evaluate tooth preparation for ideal impression taking in restorative dentistry. Cord selection, sizes, instruments, and impression materials are highlighted.

Date Added:
11/18/2007

Author(s):
Fritz Kopp, DDS
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Questions & Comments
JOHN T GREEN DDS - (8/28/2016 10:07 AM)

Fritz ,John Terry Green,Need your email?

Vicente Rodriguez - (3/3/2015 6:35 AM)

Thanks Dr Fritz , greate details, nice presentation

chandanpreet jaspal - (12/3/2013 9:19 PM)

Thank you sir!

tural ismayilov - (3/6/2012 2:35 PM)

good video thnks

NAGARAJAN MUTHUSAMY - (3/10/2011 1:36 PM)

Outstanding video with greater details.Thanks.

Sam Busich - (10/22/2009 6:23 AM)

Gustavo and Eddie;
Dr. Lowe's video series is outstanding. Also, liked the Fritz Kopp as his documentation was superb. This is a science and an art form indeed. Technical questions are usually based upon what materials to use such as burs, cord, and impression materials etc. etc.
What are some preferneces out there in XP land?
Sam

Eddie Salama - (10/21/2009 4:45 AM)

Gustavo; This video was selected as a "technique" video and therefore shorter than one that is theoretical or didactic. I hope you enjoyed the beautiful photography and documentation. Take a look at other videos on this topic by Dr. Lowe and Dr. Ernesto Lee. They are longer and discuss concepts as well as technique. Enjoy and thanks Eddie

gustavo guardo - (10/20/2009 9:08 PM)

TOO SHORT VIDEO !!!

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