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Tooth Preparation and Dentin Protection in Fixed Prosthodontics

Description:
This presentation by Dr. Jose Padros outlines an excellent review of the keys to a systematic approach to tooth preparation in fixed prosthodontics. Tissue management and retraction are discussed. In addition, dentin protection techniques are highlighted as part of the total tooth preparation process to minimize tooth sensitivity and the potential of pulpal necrosis.

Date Added:
1/28/2010

Author(s):

Jose Padros, DDS Jose Padros, DDS
Dr. Jose Padros

Born 1970
Married, two kids.

Liscenced at the University of Barcelona, 1.993
Doctor (DDS) University of Barcelon...
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Questions & Comments
Katherine Schacherl - (12/17/2017 11:09 AM)

Great presentation! Thank you!

Dimitrios Chatzoudis - (6/23/2017 8:59 AM)

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Ronald Goldstein - (11/28/2015 7:47 PM)

Very nice presentation, Jose! I like your meticulous approach to both tooth preparation and protecting the dentin.

Damir Vicich - (11/26/2015 10:48 AM)

Thank You, Dr. Pardos. Is there any article or information available on the use of aluminum oxide intra orally? i see you micro etch without rubber dam (its not a critic). I was wondering if there was a risk for the patient or dentist to absorb the aluminium oxide powder. Thanks.

Paul Boulos - (6/26/2015 12:37 PM)

thank you for the nice presentation. please explain how you can avoid the temporary crown material from fusion with the already existing bonding layer on the prepared tooth, especially if no bonding temporary cement used. thank you

Evgeniy Shastin - (1/22/2015 11:42 AM)

interesting report/ thanks!

Judy LoSecco - (10/24/2014 11:01 AM)

super presentation THANK YOU

Osama Abdel Qader - (12/7/2013 11:37 AM)

Thank you Dr Pardos... I have 2 questions: 1- when we use this dentin protecting protocol, we can use luting GI cements normally later on ? 2- can we use the desensitizer instead of bonding ?

Maurice Salama - (12/21/2012 9:59 AM)

Farshad; Typically this issue is related to the speed of your internet connection and speed. Dr. Salama

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